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Techie Wizardy: Best 4 Degrees For Tech Geniuses

You’ve grown up with a variety of technology at your fingertips. You know how to assemble and troubleshoot your own computer. You’d choose Linux over Mac [...]

How Corporate E Cards Can Help To Market Your New Products and Services

E card use by businesses has extensively grown during the last couple of years. There are several reasons why companies prefer them over their traditional [...]

The Key Business Needs Driving Cloud Development

Cloud computing is, put simply, just computing based on the internet. In the past, whenever you needed a specific piece of software or a computer programme you [...]

Ideas for a more eco-friendly floor

Gone are the days when ‘eco-friendly’ meant boring and dull. Today, more and more designers are incorporating eco-friendly and environmentally responsible [...]

Ten LinkedIn Tips to Market a Business

The business of a business is to make money. The way we market our business has to take into consideration the audience we are targeting. Any of the social [...]

A Brief History of Where’s Wally

Of all the children’s characters created in the past few decades, Where’s Wally is both one of the most enduring and the most popular. In fact, his appeal [...]

Innovative new ‘dust cannon’ will help with land remediation efforts

Garic, the UK’s leading manufacturer of quarry and construction site welfare products, has released a new range of odour and dust suppression equipment that [...]

Point of Sale Retail Systems Giving Busy Executives the Edge They Love

It’s nothing short of amazing how some executives can’t get enough of taking on challenges that feel far too much like climbing a mountain. This is just [...]

Be on Santa’s Nice List this Christmas

It is coming – Santa is making his list and checking it twice! If you want to be on Santa’s nice list this year, how about thinking of helping a local [...]

From Monarchs to Medieval Mayhem – the best castles to visit in Britain

Beeston Castle – Beeston Castle is located above Chester, with glorious views for up to 30 miles around the countryside. It was built in 1220 BY Ranulf de [...]