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How does GDPR affect your ecommerce websites

Posted by Phil Mayne on 4th April 2018 in Security | gdpr,security,ecommerce,cms,data
The General data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new regulation that anyone who has business within the EU has to comply with. As an ecommerce shop, customers will be inputting a lot of their data and it's important that this is done in a safe and secure environment. Customers can ask for this information to be deleted and you must act upon it. This will come into effect May 25th 2018, but don't worry as everyone at WebBoss has you covered. How does GDPR affect your clients? The customer must give consent for any data to be stored through your business including emails, account logins and store purchases to name a few. Your clients need to be able to acce...
 

New GDPR Module

Posted by Phil Mayne on 29th May 2018 in Modules | Modules,GDPR,data
As you may or may not know, new General data Protection Regulations are being implemented as of 25th May. This will mean that businesses will have to comply with new regulations and if they fail to do so then there are serious penalties in place. WebBoss have created a new, easy to use module to ensure that your website complies with the new GDPR rules. Double opt-in for newsletters When your users sign up for a newsletter, they will receive a confirmation email before they are added to your mailing list. data requests New form where users can request a copy of the personal data you hold for hem or they can request their data to be removed in the admin. You...
 

WebBoss eCommerce Solution For Pubs, Bars & Restaurants

Posted by webboss design on 10th June 2020 in Blogging |
...personal data in line with both GDPR and NHS Track and Trace guidelines. As you may have heard, restaurants and pubs are required to collect and store customer data for a period of time for Track and Trace safety measures. As this is a necessary step in the fight against COVID-19, we have added some features to our Content Management System (CMS) that may aid pubs, restaurants and many other businesses during this time. Track and Trace This is undoubtedly one of the most daunting elements for a lot of businesses, with many of them asking the question, 'How are we going to obtain and store data for NHS Track and Trace?' With this in mind, we have added a ‘T...
 

WebBoss New Business Information Feature

Posted by webboss design on 4th November 2020 in Blogging |
...tructured data when they crawl a website, this information highlights exactly what the webpage is about, and makes it easier for the search engine to identify relevant data for different search terms. This data is what Google will pull from a website and show in their rich results. The way in which the code is structured, means that each element must be filled out to describe what is on that webpage, for example, a recipe may have a name/title, author, ingredients list, cooking method, etc. All of this information will be pulled by a search engine to feature in the rich results as a rich snippet, again meaning that you as a user can gain all of the information t...
 

Scams and Security: Staying Safe Online

Posted by webboss design on 8th May 2020 in Blogging |
...As we have all done our bit and stayed home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have spent more time online. While this may have helped to wile away the hours as we lose track of time and wait patiently to be told that we can safely venture outside and begin work once again, it has also created an opening for fraudsters. Cyber criminals have been taking advantage of peoples concerns about the coronavirus and using it to scam people out of money and data. The boost in online criminal activity has caught many people out. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, part of the City of London Police, have stated that in April scammers defrauded over £1.6 million...
 

WebBoss.Io Update: New Features

Posted by webboss design on 1st December 2020 in Blogging |
...tructured data that Google uses to feature information in their search results. This section now features an area for you to write a bio for any people that have been added, this could be team members, owners, etc. There are also new features added to the ‘Business Type’ section. If you are a food establishment, you can now have the option of adding which cuisine you specialise in and also add your menu URL and booking URL. This will provide Google with detailed information that they can feature within the search results, making it even easier for your users to understand your business and see your menu or book a table.    ...
 
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