- UKFast to launch the next big ecommerce stars
UKFast has launched a competition to find the next big online superstars, pledging to provide £15k of funding for each successful applicant to support their business projects.
(Filed: Tue Jul 21 2009)
- Having Your Business On The Web Shouldn’t Cost The Earth
In the current economic climate, businesses are looking for new and cost effective ways of promoting their services and products to a wider audience. It’s not an easy thing to do, but All Web Services (AWS), from Gloucester, has come up with a solution called ‘Rent A Website’...
(Filed: Wed Jul 15 2009)
- Custom Software Development in a Credit Crunch World
If your business depends on technological systems for its survival, the last thing you should be doing is suspending crucial development work that could give you the competitive edge. Or if you’re a newbie with a bright idea, holding fire on your dreams could mean someone else beats you to the punch by the time you decide to act. This article examines how business survival depends on evolution and those that decide to wait out the credit crunch could find themselves obsolete.
(Filed: Tue Jun 30 2009)
- ISAMBARD COMMUNITY SCHOOL PASSES SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT TEST WITH KACE
KACE, the leading systems management appliance company, today announced that Isambard Community School, a new college established to provide high-quality education services in Swindon, has deployed KACE to automate its systems management processes.
(Filed: Thu Jun 18 2009)
- Dell Ultrasharp 24 Inch Widescreen Flat Panel Monitor
A quality computer monitor can not only enhance the colours on the screen but can also increase productivity, improve your posture and used in conjunction with a variety of different devices.
(Filed: Wed Jun 17 2009)
- NODE4 HOSTS POLITICAL EXPENSES MAP FOR SHOOTHILL AND MSN
Data Centre specialists, Node4, have hosted in their Derby Data Centre a new Microsoft Virtual Earth map complied by Shoothill and published by MSN which was picked up by major media groups all over the world and received a huge amount of traffic.
(Filed: Fri Jun 12 2009)