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  • Grief stages and technology security challenges

    Within the small businesses context, decision makers tasked with security and technology decisions regularly struggle with this topic. To a large extent, even with all we see in the news, technology and security concepts remain largely abstract, poorly understood and at times simply dismissed.
  • Thunder and brainstorms

    Creativity is a skill and not just an innate talent. Although some people are more creative than others, everyone can become a creative thinker, with some training. And this is an increasingly essential qualification for any curriculum. It is no longer enough to have a few creative people in an organisation; it is necessary to have an organisation of creative people.
  • Will computers ever be smarter than us?

    Most of us have seen or heard of the Terminator series of films where the story revolves around the concept of computers from the future becoming “self-aware” and deciding in an instant to overcome the human race and destroy it...
  • Approaching technology in schools

    Technology is everywhere, intertwined with almost every part of our daily lives. It affects how we shop, socialise, connect, play and, most importantly, learn.
  • How the internet has changed our world

    Imagine a world where no internet exists. No Google, Facebook, email, online shopping, MMORGs. This was probably the case some 30 years back, which not too long ago when you consider the changes that have gone by! However, times have change quite dramatically since then!
  • Identifying and dealing with malware

    No matter how careful we are when using our computers online, we can still get hit by some sort of malware.
  • Digital strategy in retail: Four key areas of engagement

    Retail is an industry that undergoes constant change. The way people make purchasing decisions has changed dramatically since the days of the corner shop 50 years ago, where we bought largely what we needed from what was available - supermarkets have replaced such stores now.
  • From here to… infinity - a curious case of scrolling

    For some time now, it has become clear that the majority of everyday internet experiences is shifting towards interactions with our smartphones. Easy access, quick responses, mobility – all these factors have helped smart phones become the first choice for fast and casual web connection.
  • Five ways to build better local SEO

    A look at the impact to the local SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) scenario following Google’s constant and ever-changing search engine ranking algorithm.
  • Exploring other development platforms for applications

    There is no doubt that web and mobile application development are leading the development industry - this is backed up by the continuous improvement of the domestic and commercial network infrastructures and internet speeds alike.