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GDPR - Part IBy Paul Broadbent • 5 January 2018 • News

General Data Protection Registration effective 25 May 2018. What does this mean to any business storing personal data?

Theft is a thriving business and, in this day and age, particularly profitable. Since the dawn of time the evidence shows that, no matter how draconian the penalties are, the ingenuity and skills of the perpetrators have found ways to make crime worthwhile. Recent research shows that four out of five UK people...

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Fasten your seat belts!By Paul Broadbent • 12 December 2017 • News

MacintoshYou are about to go on the fastest journey ever achieved by Man... For five millennia or more, the propeller of boats was the wind. The last battle fought entirely by sailing vessels was exactly 200 years ago. Not long in the tide of time. Today, the America's Cup is fought between unpowered wing-sail hydrofoil catamarans sailing at 50 mph into a 20 mph wind. That's technology for you.

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Thoughts on my Apple WatchBy Ben McIvor • 12 December 2017 • News

I have had my Apple Watch since the day it came out. 7 months on, these are my brief thoughts. The greatest benefit has been to do with notifications. It does not interrupt my work as it is as simple as flicking my wrist up to check the time. This makes it quick and discreet for me to check new emails and messages.

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A short story about The CloudBy Chris B • 24 October 2012 • News

Imagine your team in the middle of this exciting project, comfortable to beat the deadline, and collect well deserved rewards. Unfortunately your office has just experienced a serious power-cut (bollocks!). With a whole working day wasted, the situation wouldn't necessarily lead to a happy ending.

But here comes the new and rapidly expanding reality - the world of The Cloud...


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