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Staying Ahead Of The Game With Business Technology

Big companies can grab the headlines when it comes to breakthroughs in business technology. But innovation is flourishing in British small and medium-sized enterprises too. read more


 

Using Apple in a PC world

Paul Mew, Technical Director of IT outsourcing specialist Ramsac, highlights how increasingly popular Apple products can be incorporated successfully into a traditionally Microsoft PC run business environment... read more


 

Samsung vs Apple: what are the legal implications?

France has become the latest battleground in the patent wars between these two giants, with Samsung having reportedly issued a claim for infringement to follow claims in Germany, the Netherlands, Australia the United States and South Korea. read more


 

Designing your website, don't forget your users!

Designing a new website or revamping your existing one is an exercise that most organisations should really be looking to undertake every two to three years. Trends and styles on the web change year-on-year and, in the case of a revamp, if you wait much longer than that, your website can end up looking dated and stale. read more


 

David meets Goliath head on — how small businesses are wielding new technology to turn the tables on bigger firms

In the last century, small businesses were rarely targeted to be at the front of the queue when new technology was being handed out. The big technology vendors were more interested in plundering the pockets of big customers first, the ones that were going to sign up for thousands of products or software licenses. Of course, the latest developments eventually filtered down to the much smaller organisations, such as the one man bands, but only when each area of innovation had begun to mature. read more


 

Implications of Samsung v Apple

France has become the latest battleground in the patent wars between two technology giants, Apple and Samsung, with Samsung having reportedly issued a claim for infringement to follow claims in Germany, the Netherlands, Australia the United States and South Korea. read more


 

Why Business Should Learn To Work With Universities

Serial entrepreneur, Angel investor and champion of tech start-ups, Sherry Coutu is leading the ‘Silicon Valley comes to the UK’ initiative to create stronger links between business and academia. She talks to the National Business Awards about why innovation is helping the UK to compete globally. read more


 

The Mobile Workforce

The drive for mobility and the consumerisation of corporate IT is reshaping the corporate IT landscape and changing the way businesses engage with their staff, and how their staff engage with them. Passion for mobile computing is not just changing the way IT must think about corporate data delivery, it is changing the profile of the global workforce and the information ecosystem that supports it. Enterprises must adapt every aspect of their corporate policies to not just keep up, but to anticipate their employees and customer’s needs. read more


 

Unified Communications And Integration For Small Businesses

You’ve probably heard a lot of noise recently about Unified Communications, but some business are still getting to grips with how this can be implemented within their business processes and what benefits it will bring. read more


 

Getting The Right Tools In Place To Start Your Business

With small businesses accounting for 99.9 percent of the UK’s private sector there’s no doubt that new business is integral to the health of the UK economy. That’s why it’s so important for budding entrepreneurs to have the tools they need to transform their idea into a viable business. But where should they look for resources? read more


 

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