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Jul 13th 2010, 15:03

Twitter, OAuth, Contests and More

Posted by Barry Chapman
So it has been a little while since I talked about anything website related, so I figured I would take this chance to do so and fill you in on some changes that have happened around here - along with some things that are in the works!
First and foremost, we have launched our new and improved Media section. To start with, this section will be supplying you with podcasts and webinars that are presented by ANX. It will be expanded in the future to accomodate related downloads (such as slides/powerpoints and the likes). There are also RSS feeds associated with these either as a combination, just webinars or just podcasts.
We have also opened this media up to anyone. You are not required to create an account on to download/subscribe to/view this media. However, by doing so, you

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Jun 7th 2010, 11:35

True life tale of Corporate Identity Theft - It could happen to you!

Posted by Barry Chapman
Identity theft is a sore subject to those it has happened to. For most of us, we either fear it; or we think it will not happen to us. This is an all too true recount of a local business owner who discovered that her company website had been hacked. A day by day timeline based on a blog authored by Linda W. Fitzgerald is included here, told as the events materialized.
Days One & Two: I used to think that the phrase "cold sweat" was just an expression. But I was wrong, as I discovered yesterday when I sat at my desk, reading an email that a media buyer had forwarded to me. It was supposedly from someone who wanted to purchase advertising on her company's website.The cold sweat started when I read the signature at the bottom:Anna MillerPurchasing

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Apr 9th 2010, 10:48

Changes are Brewing

Posted by Barry Chapman
Things may have seemed quiet around here lately, but things could not be further from the truth!
We have been working tirelessly on a whole new look and feel for We feel that this new look will help us communicate our message and in general create a more pleasing experience for our users. I am not going to give away any of the surprises, but check back routinely for updates!
The site will be rich in content and Web 2.0 functionality. We are really happy with the product we have built thus far, and we hope that you will be too! We will announce an official launch date in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, join our facebook group and subscribe to our twitter feed for the latest news from our side of the blogosphere and all

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Jan 21st 2010, 11:48

Website Security and Page Speed

Posted by Barry Chapman
More changes are abound!
I received a couple of comments over the weeks since the new site launched, primarily targeted at our web security practices. First and foremost, our management of user account information; with login process at a close second.
As a security company, we consider our website to serve as a representation of what we are, and the fact that anyone had to question these was really an eye opener. The first concern was ‘how do we manage our user account information?’ All user data is stored in a secure database within our datacenter. This data was initially collected via user registration over an unsecure connection (the second concern). Since we were not doing any transactions that

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Dec 28th 2009, 12:12 drama

Posted by Barry Chapman
It is not often that I make myself heard on here, but I feel that I should address some issues that have been popping up over the last few weeks since our new site launched.
As many of you have noticed, ANXeBusiness launched a new web presence early November. The launch went pretty seamlessly, thanks in great part to our operations, product development and database teams. A few exceptions however have popped up, as with any launch. These have affected the following areas: blog, login, registration, Google Chrome and some streaming media. I will address the issues one by one.
Firstly, the main premise of our new site was to be rich in social media. We wanted to incorporate the best elements of Web 2.0 into our site so that we can invite interested

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