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Nicola Thompson

Improved “change over time” analytics for managers

Website change over time report

As part of our mission to bring you better and more powerful ways to access ActiveStandards data, we are introducing two new reports to the Analytics Dashboard. These reports allow you to easily compare change over time for all of your individual checkpoints and websites. This release is the first in a major program of …

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Simon Lande

Internet governance and corporate digital governance face similar challenges

This week the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was held in Istanbul, with more than 2,500 participants from private companies, the internet technical community, inter-governmental organisations and national governments convening to debate the key issues facing the future of the Internet. “We want to foster an accessible, open, secure and trustworthy …

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James Baverstock

Switching to HTTPS? How ActiveStandards can help

HTTPS

On August 6th, Google announced that they are starting to use HTTPS as a ranking signal for search. Initially this is described as “only a very lightweight signal”, but over time Google say they may decide to strengthen it. The prospect of an SEO advantage, however small, is likely to concentrate many site owners’ minds …

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Nicola Thompson

New ‘five-year’ historical data to provide richer analysis and valuable insights

Traditionally, we’ve stored historical data in ActiveStandards for a year. This was more than sufficient to give clients a really good idea of progress over time, identify trends and highlight areas that needed improvement. But now, with the growth of big data driving new and efficient ways to store and access this kind of high …

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James Baverstock

Accessibility now and in the future

Key takeaways from UXPA Global Accessibility Awareness Day The theme of accessibility is one we return to often on this blog. And for good reason: it’s becoming increasingly important for global organisations, as more and more governments move to enshrine it in law. It also makes sound business sense, as inaccessible sites mean companies miss …

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