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What The New Lazy-Making Button Teaches us About Security

31.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

First online shopping meant we didn’t even need to leave the house (praise technology!); now Amazon’s Dash buttons mean we don’t even have to make it to our laptops. It’s a pretty exciting time to be alive – or to be a button on the wall by the fridge – but there is, as always, a price to pay. Curse you, digital deities. Ignoring my mum’s golden rule of ‘bad news first’, the fun part of this tale is that Amazon UK customers can now restock their loo roll or washing powder at the tap of a button – something…

Getting Excited about eCommerce

30.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

With eCommerce Live UK fast approaching you’re probably getting pretty excited – I’m sensing sleepless nights, untouched food and a meticulously planned route to UKFast Campus saved to your sat nav. While I don’t want to send you into unmanageable,…

“Once More Unto the Breach”

29.8.2016 by Guest

One of our lovely Comms gals Hester talks about the cyber security lessons we can learn from wise wordsmith Will Shakespeare in today's blog! Is it just us, or are we reading about data breaches almost daily at the moment?…

Fast Fridays – 26th August 2016

26.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Much like our Olympic team, you're heading for a win because guess what, it's Friday! End the week on a high by catching up on the goings on in our blog, which has been dispensing advice on everything from how to choose your ideal…

GCS-SEE Results With An Apprenticeship

25.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

Many of us will remember the pain of GCSEs (O-levels back in the day) – or will have children who are actively, and vocally, reminding them of it now. Many 16-year-olds getting their GCSE results today will feel like college…

Employee Engagement – Passing Fad or How we do Things?

25.8.2016 by Guest

Ask a business manager or director what employee engagement means to them and chances are you’ll get as many varied answers as the number of people you ask. But should we find that surprising asks Craig from people development company Vedas. Perhaps…

It’s Not All Doom and Gloom

24.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

From global news to the British economy, things can feel a bit bleak at the moment. While it’d be great to go into hiding with a glass of something strong and hibernate through it, unfortunately business – and life –…

Enable Your Business in a Knowledge Economy

24.8.2016 by Guest

The prospect of change is one that scares a great many people, and never more so than when it’s being flung upon you and you feel you have no choice but to react to it. How do you get ahead…

eCommerce In-Depth

23.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

On 23rd August 1991 the first user accessed the internet and, 25 years later, the World Wide Web has completely revolutionised almost every area of our lives. One industry that’s seen unprecedented transformation is retail and, in this increasingly digital…

5 Ways The Internet Has Changed Life

23.8.2016 by Katherine Kelly

On the 6th August 1991 the world wide web was born; eighteen days later – 25 years ago today – it shimmied its way onto our screens and into our hearts as the first new users went online. Since then…