Category Archives: Technology


Cloud Security rules are good news for customers

Cloud security and data privacy have been in the news again. A new working party is being set up to make it easier for the customer to know what they’re getting in terms of security, and to make it clearer … Continue reading


What’s happening in the Cloud?

From data to innovation, how the cloud is affecting hiring and firing as well as life on the farmyard, this latest round-up of Cloud news and trends suggests big developments are on the horizon. How do you store data? Is … Continue reading


Top five trends for Cloud Computing

Technology is all about staying ahead of the curve. The best way to do that is to be able to see what’s coming and how you can fit your strategy to adapt and grow with new innovations and developments. Cloud … Continue reading


The top 20 Twitter feeds on The Cloud

If you like your cloud news in neat short, 140 character messages then look no further than Twitter. The micro-blogging site is fast becoming the no 1 resource for those looking to keep in touch with news sites and bloggers who … Continue reading


Can cloud hosting help the creative entrepreneur?

The explosion in the number of entrepreneurs and SMEs is changing the UK’s business landscape. But to grow, succeed and see their ideas come to fruition they need to rely on an infrastructure that suits their budgets, rather than draining … Continue reading


Book Review: Convert! Designing Web Sites to Increase Traffic and Conversion

I thought I would share my thoughts about this book that I have been reading lately. “Convert! Designing Web Sites to Increase Traffic and Conversion” by Ben Hunt. If you’re into methods of increasing traffic to your website or improving … Continue reading

Cloud Servers

When is a Cloud Server better than a Dedicated Server?

When is a cloud server better than a dedicated server? The instinctive answer is “never!” How could it be anything else? We are computer users, we are logical people and logically the answer is, “Never!” Otherwise, why have dedicated servers … Continue reading


First Apple computer sold for £133,000 at a London auction

An original Apple-1 computer was sold at a London Auction yesterday for a staggering £133,250. The Apple-1 was released in July 1976, where only 200 were produced. The price tag back in 1976 was $666.66 (£422.14) which only included a … Continue reading


How fast is your broadband?

As a hosting company we do everything we can to ensure that your experience with us, as a host for your website is as pleasurable as possible. We employ the services of expert UK-based staff, spend lots of money on … Continue reading


Who controls your website?

Last week Computer Weekly reported on a worrying state of affairs amongst UK SMEs and their lack of control over their web presence. Do any of these apply to your business? More than half of SMEs cannot make their own … Continue reading