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Freshleaf swot up on eCommerce law

Freshleaf swot up on eCommerce law

Always keen to keep up with the very latest on everything web related, last week we sent Richard to an eCommerce Legal Workshop, where he rubbed shoulders with representatives from...

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Living in the Clouds

Living in the Clouds

A great example of the possibilities of the internet & cloud computing was unveiled this week at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco – streamed video games. Cloud computing is the...

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Don’t build your business around your software… build your software around your business

Don’t build your business around your software… build your software around your business

Business software and systems make life easier. From your accounting system through document management, workflow systems and intranets to product databases and e-commerce solutions, business...

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Digital Britain report not met with rapturous applause

Digital Britain report not met with rapturous applause

Communications minister and ex Ofcom boss Stephen Carter really had his work cut out for him compiling the interim Digital Britain report, released at the end of January. The report, which was...

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Marketing through a recession, part two

Marketing through a recession, part two

So now the country’s officially in a recession – which has been so long coming that it’s almost a relief to be able to say it. And yet, businesses are still running, and money is still being made...

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New operating system in the pipeline

New operating system in the pipeline

With the paint barely dry on Windows Vista, Microsoft has already released the beta version of its brand new operating system, Windows 7. Those of us still playing the “where have they hidden...

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Flash… it’s not all that bad

Everyone hates Flash, right? It takes too long to load, it makes the site difficult to navigate, it can’t be indexed by search engines, and it causes usability issues. And it’s annoying. Web...

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Rumours of Google causing planetary meltdown much exaggerated

Anyone who saw this article Revealed: the environmental impact of Google searches in The Times recently might have been living in fear of the environmental impact of using Google, after the...

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Censorship and the Internet – Govt suggests content controls

Censorship and the Internet – Govt suggests content controls

In a new Government proposal for this year we could be seeing controls imposed on internet content. In an interview late last year with The Daily Telegraph, Culture Secretary Andy Burnham...

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Twitter, facebook etc…. does anyone care?

Twitter, facebook etc…. does anyone care?

There’s been a big buzz for a while now about social media being “the next big thing”, and you’d have had to be hiding in a cave for the last couple of years to be unaware of Twitter, Facebook,...

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