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Dell’s Litter Box Laptop

30.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

Global technology giants Dell received a dell-uge (terrible pun intended) of complaints recently when users got catty about their new, high-spec Latitude 6430u Ultrabook. In June this year, people began to comment that the new model smelt of cat urine; one of the less frequently made complaints in the world of technology! One user went so far as to say that: "It's embarrassing taking it to clients because it smells so bad." It was suggested that the chemicals in the plastic were causing the smell and could be a potential health hazard, but Dell launched an investigation proving that this was not…

eCloud: MyUKFast Updates

30.10.2013 by Alice Cullen

Our research and development team is continuously working to create simpler, faster ways for you to control your solutions. This week we have launched the latest updates to our eCloud range, enabling you to make even more changes and take…

#BacktoBasics: What is Service Monitoring?

29.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

In the world of IT, service monitoring refers to a system used by hosting providers to check on servers within a network. The system's purpose is to ascertain whether each server is online and working as it should be. It's…

Educational Change is Key to Prevent UK Falling Behind Times

28.10.2013 by Alice Cullen

A synchronised education platform that would expose youngsters to the complex world of computer science needs to be introduced in the curriculum to ensure a new generation of IT experts will emerge from Britain's talent pool. That's the shared view…

TrendingTech: Time to ‘Ketchuppp’

22.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

Missing real life interaction? There's an app for that... It's not uncommon these days to see a group of friends sitting in public with their heads down, phones or tablets in hand, responding to the latest social media goings on.…

Experience Virtual Reality with UKFast at MagentoLive!

21.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

Not only are we super excited to be sponsoring and attending this year’s bigger and better Magento Live this year, we’re also giving you the chance to experience virtual reality at our stand! We’ve got hold of an Oculus Rift…

‘Massive Reach on a Small Budget’: Gaming and Animation Key for SMEs

21.10.2013 by Alice Cullen

Gaming and animation has levelled the playing field for SMEs, giving them unlimited marketing potential without the need for unlimited budgets, according to a panel of business experts. Alongside the right marketing plan, gaming and animation have the potential to…

#BacktoBasics: What is an Operating System?

17.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

An operating system (OS) is the software that runs on computer systems and basically tells them what to do. Without it, they would be fairly useless! When you think about it, most of the time there are lots of programmes…

Trending Tech: What is Ultra-Haptics?

11.10.2013 by Emma Blunt

It's a tech advancement reminiscent of scenes in the film Minority Report where Tom Cruise is seen moving information across a screen without touching it, using a pair of special gloves! But what is ultra-haptics and is it a Hollywood…

Cloud Clarity Needed to Protect Confused Buyers

10.10.2013 by Alice Cullen

Cloud vendors must establish one definition for cloud to protect buyers falling foul of multiple interpretations of the technology. With more and more providers joining the cloud market and confusion still reigning over what the term actually means, baffled buyers…