What we do:

BiteFirst provides IT services to small and medium organisations in London and Norfolk with a primary focus on bespoke development of database driven WEB based applications to support back office business functions such as billing, recruitment, reporting and database analysis. Cloud based solutions that are fast and accessible from PCs, Tablets or Smartphones.

Projects have included:

  • Clinic website for www.kikisclinic.com using SiteInABox
  • Accounting system in Norfolk for Invoice production and the debt management process (data mining of billing systems, workflow, letter production, reporting etc.)
  • Recruitment solution in London with both a public WEB site and a back office solution to manage the recruitment process (client data, jobs, candidate data, adverts etc)
  • Mobile First - user editable responsive Websites that work on smartphones, tablets and PCs  
  • Add hoc consultancy understanding companies existing IT situation and advising potential changes to add value.

If you have a current or potential business need for a WEB site or a more complex solution, advice is free, just make contact via email.

 

NEWS: Kiki's Clinic site launched

NEWS: Kiki’s Childrens’ Clinic, based in South London, offers Paediatric Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy.  The mobile friendly site www.kikisclinic.com was quickly built using SiteInABox to provide the information mobile users require (location, therapies, contact details) and a richer experience (larger feature pictures) to desktop/PC users.  

NEWS: Google priority to mobile sites

NEWS: From 21st April Google is giving search priority to mobile friendly sites. Test your site here, our sites are Awesome! Bitefirst can help turn your site into a mobile friendly site using bootstrap (see bootstrap template examples here). Initial advice and consultation is free. 

NEWS: Google search gives priority to secure sites

NEWS: When a website uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) / HTTPS the traffic is encrypted (The little lock in your browser usually appears) and secure. This doesn't make a website secure but is part of the solution. You can test how secure your website is here: SSL Server Test

Google has announced that it has started considering HTTPS  as a metric when deciding the pagerank of a given website. Thus, all other elements being equal, HTTPS websites get preference over HTTP ones.4

Google has also indicated that it will mark HTTP websites as “unsafe”, and warn users about websites that are not using HTTPS.

To implement HTTPS a website requires a certificate, ideally regularly updated. Let's Encrypt, launched on April 12, 2016 is now providing free certificates and scripts/instructions to automate the updating of certificates.