Monthly Web Roundup - June 2016

Posted by: Reliance Technology

This month we look at how customers read their emails by analyzing over 13 billion email opens. We also take a look at Google's new Photos App as an online solution for storing your photo library. And finally Microsoft have confirmed that they have stopped support, including security patches, for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10. 

As always, if you have any questions feel free to send an email to or give us a call. We'd be happy to hear from you.
Until next time,
James Hall
Role: Web Designer
LinkedIn: Connect with me
13 Billion opens have been analyzed to discover where subscribers read email
The past year has brought many changes to the world of email marketing. Whether it was the replacement of with Office 365, the introduction of the Apple Watch, or a continuous increase in mobile opens, email client market share stats have seen plenty of shifts.

In Litmus' Email Market Share infographic, they analyze over 13 billion email opens to see where subscribers read emails.

Read More
Google announces unlimited picture and video storage with new Photos app
Google is making a big play for your photos. It's releasing a revamped Google Photos today that offers unlimited storage of images and videos entirely for free. Resolution is limited to 16 megapixels for photos and 1080p for videos, but that's not much to complain about (if you want to store a higher resolution file, it can also tap into Google Drive storage). Photos is being made available on iOSAndroid, and the web.

Read More
Older versions of Microsoft's browser lose support
If you still use an old version of Internet Explorer, it’s probably time to upgrade: Microsoft has confirmed that it has stopped supporting IE 8, 9 and 10 on Tuesday 12 January, marking an end to security updates and technical support for users of older versions of the web browser.

Read More
IT Solutions that work
Website Facebook Twitter Google Plus Linked In Reliance Blog  
  Share this Post
  Trackback Links
  • Post has no trackbacks.