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Read weekly news round ups, tips for our clients on using Sitemorse as well as articles on improving accessibility and digital compliance.
Our Support Lead, Helen Grimbly takes us through the diagnostic 'Unable to verify the first certificate' within a Sitemorse report.
Our Support Lead, Helen Grimbly takes us through why the number of pages can impact the score a Sitemorse assessment is given.
The value which automation brings not only to teams, but also budgets can sometimes get lost. Sitemorse’s unique automation not only saves you time and money, but focuses your ‘Digital First’ approach, exponentially improving your service to your audience.
Over the last five years, compliance spend and litigation have continued to rise, but with no discernible improvement in website accessibility compliance. Too often, compliance is considered to be purely a problem for web or IT teams, and the lack of ownership and oversight at executive level means that there is a lack of accountability – as a consequence, the compliance position shows no improvement.
With the increasing use of the internet and digital technologies, it is crucial that website owners and operators understand their responsibilities and take the necessary steps to comply with regulations.
The New York State Senate Bill S7572A will have significant implications for contractors and vendors who work with the state, as well as for the state itself, the bill which became law on December 2, 2022 and will take effect on May 31, 2023.
The considerable expansion and increased reliance of being online presents significant challenges for organizations already struggling with digital issues such as security and online governance, with a lack of corporate executive oversight at the heart of the issue. Enter in digital sprawl, and the problem is only exasperated and one issue making the challenge harder is website accessibility.