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Shop Safe - Security 101

This time of year it’s ever more important to be vigilant with online shopping. RapidStudio have a reputable name in the community and provide secure online shopping, but what about all the other stores you visit on the Internet? Read on for three easy to understand tips on being web safe when you shop. How can you tell if a website is trustworthy? Check for concrete contact details. Check that the online store has a confirmed physical address and phone number. If it looks like they are hiding something, think twice. Check for an security certificate. Address bar shows Google uses an SSL certificate to protect your privacy while browsing. Reputable shops use SSL protection for online money transactions. SSL is an encryption method that keeps your personal and banking details private safe while using the site. If the store hasn’t got SSL, make sure it uses an SSL protected payment provider, like Payfast . Otherwise, think twice. With no SSL encryptio

Relive your holiday at work!

Wow! What a Christmas that was. Everyone here at  RapidStudio  wants to thank you for choosing us to make memorable gifts for your loved ones. The holiday season is such a heartwarming time to reconnect with family and friends. Cameras run as hot as the summer sun and we fill our storage with happy snaps and treasured moments. Now that all our loved ones have returned home and our everyday lives resume, many of us get the back-to-work blues. Are you feeling a bit down? It’s normal after the highs of the Christmas break. You’re not alone.  You actually have the solution sitting in storage. Yep! Those wonderful pictures are just the remedy to boost your spirits. We all know that photos warm our hearts and trigger fond memories. It’s like magic for the mind!  You need to get those images off the USB and in front of your face.  Bring your memories to life with a  photobook   of your holiday or a special canvas   of that great family shot you captured.  It’s so