Intrepid Network is incredibly honored and humbled to be ranked so highly on Clutch. However, we understand that we would not be here without our clients, and we thank them for taking their time to be interviewed by Clutch. It truly means so much to our company and our employees to hear our client’s high praises, and reinsures us that our values will always keep our company on a great path. We thank Clutch for providing us with this important information and look forward to working with them again in the near future!
Working with the team at Cafe Agave there is an efficiant and professional yet casual atmosphere. We worked together to migrate their website to our Cloud Sites hosting platform for increased performance and security. Additionally, Intrepid Network made several improvements and updates.
The eye-tracking study is the lens all business owners keep firmly in sight; they just love it! After all, it shows how your customers look, browse and spend time on your website.
It’s one of the key factors that’s always taken into account when you plan to modify your business appearance and is constantly looked at for improvement. In fact, it takes the lead most of the time and decisions on what’s going on the website and what not are generally based on user behavior.
HTTPS helps keep your browsing safe by securely connecting your browser or app with the websites you visit. HTTPS relies on encryption technology—SSL or TLS—to secure these connections. This report provides data on the status of HTTPS adoption and usage at Google and across the web.
On 30 November 2017, the PHP community announced the release of PHP 7.2. More specifically, this is the second feature update to the PHP 7 series. While Drupal 7 does not include support for PHP 7.2 it does support PHP 7.1 which is 250% faster than PHP 5.6. Intrepid Network has been quietly updating select websites from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8 and we've been updating select Drupal 7 websites from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.1. Performance tests confirm reporting claims and version 7.1 is indeed much much faster.
After years of pushing for 'secure by default' web sites, Google will identify insecure sites in the Chrome browser beginning mid-Summer. July is shaping up to be a big month for Google. Earlier this month, the company announced its Speed Update set to roll out in July, and today announced it will then also mark all sites that have not migrated to HTTPS as “not secure.” This move will coincide with the release of Chrome 68 and will look like this in a user’s browser:
Open Source Software / Free Software (OSS/FS) (also abbreviated as FLOSS or FOSS) has risen to great prominence. Briefly, OSS/FS programs are programs whose licenses give users the freedom to run the program for any purpose, to study and modify the program, and to redistribute copies of either the original or modified program (without having to pay royalties to previous developers).