Only 10 SEK for a .eu domain – that’s how we start this November off Binero-style! A .eu domain is good because it gives you and your company the chance to widen your market to Europe. It’s always a good idea to secure your company’s name with as many domains as possible, that will make it easier for your potential customers when they search for you because no matter which domain they type in, your company’s name will be registered and seen.
So take this opportunity to get a .eu domain for only 10 SEK the first year!
You can register your domain in the Control Panel or here.
â€“ The promotion is valid until 12/31/2015 11:59 p.m
â€“ The promotion is valid for new and existing customers.
â€“ The price is valid for the first year, thereafter the regular price of 99 SEK/year applies.
â€“ Ordering is done through web or control panel
â€“ Payment must be in place by the invoice due date to take advantage of the promotional price.Â
â€“ Payment must beÂ receivedÂ in order for the domain to beÂ registeredÂ
This spring we started offering functions that made it possible for you to save your credit card information to simplify payments for our services. Now it’s time to take it to the next level where you can choose to activate automatic credit card drawings to pay your invoices at Binero. You have flexible administration over this in your Control Panel and will get ongoing information about this thru e-mail. So get started with your automatic credit card paymentsÂ and save plenty of time!
Läs mer: New functions: Automatic payments
The Eget Företag fair is coming up and the 5-7th of November it’s time!
Eget Företag fair is a perfect fair for you who run or want to run a company, you will get valuable tips from others or amazing offers to drive your company forward.
We will of course be there so take this opportunity to come meet us and all of the other companies on set! We have already helped over thousands of customers getting their business going online so if you have any questions or thoughts ask them directly to our support staff who will be at your service the entire fair.
We will have everything from amazing offers on both hosting and domains, roll-ups, free coffee, give aways and a great prize for the winner of our contest. So come by, grab a coffee, chat a bit and get our amazing offers!
If you haven’t alreadyÂ signed up for the free ticket do it here!
Hope to see you there!
A while back it was time for this years Next Generation Threats 2015Â and of course Binero was there to witness it.
The day started with this years moderator,Â Magnus AschanÂ went thru the survey results the participants could take in advance. Even though there is different types of people that participate in this survey each year it still gives a indication on how the security is in Swedish companies. As of previous years the user is set as the biggest threat against the safety, by being sloppy or lack of knowledge. The users are followed on the list of threats by “social engineering”. For example has the number of organizations attacked by DDOS- attacks increased grown steadily since 2013. You can read the entire presentation of result from this survey here.
Most of the presentations during the day was about trust. Who can you trust? Who are you forced to trust? Can you trust your systems? One of those who spoke about this wasÂ Joanna Rutkowska, founder ofÂ Invisible Things Lab. She gave us lots of information about the hardware in a computer. To a certain point you need to trust that this hardware you use and the software that comes with it, aren’t including a safety hole or a backdoor. This part that you need to trust is called “trusted computer base”, TCB, and should be as slim as possible. Less parts you need to trust is better. Rutkowska is also engaged in the operationssystem Qubes OS, a linux based operationssystems with focus on security. This operationssystem is very interesting so we will go deeper into it in a later blogpost, stay tuned!
Trust is also about stability. It’s not always about only focusing about keeping unauthorized away from your data, you also need to trust that your own data always is accessible.Â Jan WünscheÂ talked about this, he works at “MUST”, “military intelligence and security” where liability is vital. It gets really advanced when different countries need to cooperate in military operations. All countries often have their own systems that they want to keep secret from the rest of the world. When these collaborations take place it’s important for all the systems to be able to work and communicate with each other so that countries can trade information.
Marcus MurrayÂ at TrueSec demonstrated how easy it can be to attack a company network if you’ve been sloppy with the security. It’s as easy as if someone opens a derogatory pdf-file to make the hacker get control over the computer and later to the entire system.
Next Generation Threats sets apart from other similar IT-safety events by its communication, both with the audience and between the speakers. After every presentation there is about ten minutes set apart for questions from the audience and a panel discussion with the other speakers sitting on the stage.
If you want to know more about the presentations click here to go to Next Generation Threats website.
Let’s continue withÂ goteborgkonst.com, on “This week’s website”. “Göteborgs konst” is a website where you can read about or look at picture of the public art located in Gothenburg.
Tell us more about yourself and what you do?
My name is Jan Dahlqvist and I’ve been working with art in Gothenburg since about 17 years back. I’m a trained artist and have my own business as a graphic designer at the side of my half-time employment at Gothenburgs Art/Culture administration. I’ve been the web editor since we published our site in 2013 and besides that I’m working with our databases, photo documentation and lots more.
Tell us shortly what the website is about.
Our site attracts different types of people, foremost citizens and visitors in Gothenburg that want to learn more about the art located in the city. We have a “sculpture map”, that we update successively, with pictures and content about a great amount of public art. Yearly, we present purchases of art to our collection and offers the possibility to the public to ask related questions. We also offer the information to businesses and administrations in Gothenburg and offer artists to notify their interest for artistic assignments.
How did you get the idea to create a website about the art in Gothenburg?
In 2004 I had created a site that presented some of Gothenburgs sculptures. When that site needed a facelift in about the same time as our business was growing, we felt that it was time to find our own platform to be able to give out information about our work in a good and informative way. We were also working in print, where we made folders with content and pictures, we simply felt that we could make that work online as well.
Why did you put your website at Binero?
We chose Binero to host our website because other businesses in the administrations alreadyÂ were your customers. They were very satisfied with your services and recommended us to use you.
How is your website built?
It is built in wordpress by an external consultant from our thoughts and likings.
What tips do you have those who have or are planning on starting their website at Binero?
It is called “Content is King” and I can agree with that to a 100%. Focus on the content and work with it. Try to create such a logical and good structure as possible.
We thank Jan and goteborgkonst.com for the interview and hope that it gave you readers some inspiration and valuable tips!