Brian Horisk has been appointed to the board of Fife Chamber of Commerce.
We're now an accredited Living Wage employer.
PC Pro magazine asked us to write a piece for their Real World Computing section, and it's just been published in their June 2017 edition.
We are delighted to have moved to larger premises in Cupar. The new office provides much improved meeting space and a better working environment.
We are one of just 20 Scottish, UK and international companies to be awarded a place on the Scottish Government Application Design and Development Services (ADDS) Framework.
Horisk recently gained Cyber Essentials certification.
We're delighted that the site we have worked on for the last year took top prize in it's category at the Realex Payments Web Awards 2015.
We currently have a number of large-scale projects on the go, but sometimes it's nice to just create a small, straightforward website for a local business. Our latest is a new website for local artist Steve Bretel who specialises in Pet Portraits and Wildlife Art.
Finally got to the bottom of an session problem we've been having with a heavily-trafficked live server since we installed the Coldfusion 9.01 update, Hotfix 1 (CHF1) for ColdFusion 9.0.1 and the hotfix for security bulletin APSB11-04. Essentially, users appeared to be losing session information in between requests.