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We like to think we are pretty up to speed with what’s going on in our world and industry so we are always posting new stories and our thoughts on software, software development and systems which we thought we’d share with you here.

Document Management System

GDPR an abbreviation that is enough to make businesses and their workers go into meltdown. What is it? What does it mean? Can I still do this? HELP!!!

Why get a customer portal

A customer portal is becoming a must-have tool for customer & service orientated organisations. Typically these portals are accessed via the organ

What is Blockchain and Bitcoin

Blockchain and Bitcoin are two words that are used increasingly in today’s lexicon, its everywhere and has become increasingly newsworthy with the r

How long to reach 50m users

This infographic shows how long it took some of the world’s most famous and popular products to reach 50 million users. It’s interesting to see ho

Those annoying passwords you have to enter may be getting easier

To help our online security almost everything web based we have rightly has the obligatory user name and password. The user name is always the easy bi

The rise of remote working vs the tech not allowing it to flourish

Our work habits and requirements are ever shifting towards becoming more mobilised. Today workers and managers spend more time out of the office yet w

Microsoft Paint – staying or going?

It was broadcast last week that Microsoft was going to remove or no longer develop Paint. It released a list of Software it intends to deprecate (mean

A B2C approach to developing B2B software

The B2C market is dominated by those organisations that everyone knows and loves including Facebook, Google and Amazon. One of the reasons for their p

Microsoft donates source code to The Computer History Museum

Microsoft donated the source code of MS DOS 1.1 and 2 to the Computer History Museum (CHM), along with the first version of Word for Windows last mont

PC Sales Q1 results

PC sales fell by 2.4% to 62.2 million units in the first quarter of 2017 when compared with the same period in 2016. Two main reasons were initially p