The day to day goings on of Interconnect IT that we think are worth sharing with our readers.
We recently went for a company outing to TeamSport Karting in Warrington, competing against each other in our very own exclusive Premier Grand Prix.
A team of four of us took part in the 5K Colour Obstacle Rush, in aid of the RNLI, back in September. We are pleased to say all four members of the team made it over all ten obstacles, but didn’t fare so well with the coloured paint! Read on for more details and a few photographs from the day.
We’re proud to announce the V3.1 version of Search Replace DB. This release focuses on common issues some users have encountered with our tool. If you’ve had problems with V3.0.0 BETA and had to go back to V2.1.0, we definitely recommend trying this new version instead.
A new year is a chance to reflect on the year just gone and look forward to the year ahead. And 2014 was a busy and interesting year for us here at interconnect/it. Here’s why.
What better way to start a new year than with the release of a new plugin? And as a New Year treat, we have decided to offer the plugin free of charge for the first month! Read on for more info.
Ethel’s not happy – whenever her artfully arranged photos are centrally cropped, they look wrong. And she’s fed up of only half her face being used in square thumbnails. So we decided to fix the problem…
Everybody seems to want to work from home. Well, sometimes it’s also awesome to work in an office. Here’s why…
David Coveney is our director here at interconnect/it, having started the company back in 1996. Here he tells us a little about his career background.
There has been an important security release for WordPress 3.8 and 3.7 branches. If you run an older version we’ve created our own patches to help you.
This is an interesting one that’s just come up while we were testing the new version of Search Replace DB and I’m calling it the Cheshire Cat Bug…
As we get towards the end of the year, it’s time to reflect a little on what went by, but more importantly, to look at what’s coming.