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What is Blockchain?

You may have heard about blockchain, quite possibly, like me you first heard of it in relation to something called crypto currency or bitcoin. Bitcoins are apparently a bit like pound coins except they don’t go out of date, don’t really exist, but...

Email is Not Secure

When the Jeremy Vine show (BBC other radio stations are available) announces that “email is not secure”, you wonder if people will actually take notice.  I just caught a snippet of an interesting piece today about online security, when the resident expert...

The Perfect Piece of Software (hasn’t been written yet)

How often do you use a piece of software and find some feature that frustrates and or annoys you? If you’re like me, probably fairly often… daily ..if not hourly. Why can’t those software authors just get it right for once! I don’t want to be asked...

Growing Pains

The Enterprise Collaboration Market is set to grow from $26 billion this year to over $49 billion by 2021, give or take a billion that’s a lot of billions 🙂 By way of explanation, the “Enterprise Collaboration Market” includes within its definition File...
British Airways – Could it happen to you?

British Airways – Could it happen to you?

What happened at British Airways would appear to be a bit of a mystery. Would such a global organisation really rely on a system backup, that was actually stored in the same place as the original data? Difficult to believe certainly, but there’s no doubt that IT...

Do you keep track of your Estimates?

We are a business that have spent many years helping clients produce Estimates, Tenders and Quotations, but here’s a question. After you’ve produced your tender what do you do next? All too often the answer is nothing, too many organisations do not...
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