Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Avoiding Obsolescence In The Cloud

Avoiding Obsolescence In The Cloud

The Cloud I was amused to discover this week that Microsoft aren’t supporting Internet Explorer 8 or 9 – with their own CRM software. And that’s telling. It wasn’t that long ago that I visited one of the UK’s largest banks, and discovered that they were still using IE6, with absolutely no plans whatsoever to…

The Growing Opportunities Of Wearable Tech

The Growing Opportunities Of Wearable Tech

Wearable Tech Wearable tech isn’t going away anytime soon. Its benefits are just too obvious, as indicated by the fact that about 13 per cent of UK’s population is predicted to own a wearable next year. With a great market reach, however, comes great responsibility. As sensors and systems thereof become cheaper, more and more…

Dropbox Goes Mobile With Microsoft

Dropbox Goes Mobile With Microsoft

Microsoft – Out with the old, in with the new There are still some old-timers, people who were alive and working in the 1990’s, who remember when the PC was a stand-alone box, mobile meant carrying a 5¼ inch floppy disk under your arm, and expensive Microsoft products were installed on one machine at a…

What Should SMEs Do To Prevent Common Mistakes?

What Should SMEs Do To Prevent Common Mistakes?

Spending And Planning Wisely Overview – Billions of pounds from valuable IT and communication (ICT) budgets are wasted each year due to common mistakes in the market. These are some of the pitfalls you should avoid. With small businesses (especially start-ups with online ambitions) relying more and more on their understanding and utilisation of ICT, it’s…

Takin’ It To The Tweet: TwitterOffers

Takin’ It To The Tweet: TwitterOffers

TwitterOffers One new twist on this year’s Black Friday madness will involve purchases that include Twitter-enabled discounts. Twitter has recently announced a new feature called TwitterOffers, which seeks to bring customers and retailers together more easily, through the use of “discount tweets” that can be applied to real purchases in-store or online. TwitterOffers is not…

Black Friday Continues Its Frenzy

Black Friday Continues Its Frenzy

Black Friday Continues Its Frenzy The Holiday season spending spree starts this week with the U.S. Thanksgiving Day dropping the green flag on Black Friday and its online sibling Cyber-Monday. Although urban myth suggests the name Black Friday represented a milestone in the retailer’s calendar – the day that business stopped operating in the red…

Cloud Infographic – Cloud Currency

Cloud Infographic – Cloud Currency

Cloud Currency Opportunities We’ve written a bit along the lines of cryptocurrency and crowdfunding in the past, and anticipate that we’ll be writing more about these subjects in the near future. Take a look at Six Things You Didn’t Know about Cloud-Currency surrounding cryptocurrency as well as another useful infographic by Entrepreneur.com which takes a closer look at the…