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Jul 24
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The benefits of EDI

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

The benefits of EDI EDI can be used to improve many external-facing business processes, but some of the greatest advantages come through automating procurement and purchasing. Consider these specific benefits: Headline reduction in requisition costs Manually producing, exchanging and re-keying purchase orders is slow and error-prone. The Aberdeen Group found that removing the human element […]

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Jul 24
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Tablets taking the fight to the iPad

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

No sooner is one iPad released that rumours start circulating about what the next one will have. With the iPad 5 set to be released some time in the autumn, the rumour mill is really starting to crank up. Patents seem to suggest that the fifth edition will include CAD-style drafting tools, along with updated Google […]

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Jul 24
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10 Popular Mobile Apps

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

Recently, Apple made some noise by celebrating the 5th anniversary of the app store with a number of highly rated paid apps temporarily available for free. This got us thinking about some of the most useful and interesting apps making waves this year, from games, to entertainment, to utility. Here are 10 that stand out. […]

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Jul 12
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Why is online bingo more popular than ever?

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

Along with the recent rise in online gambling and casino sites, there has been a recent resurgence in bingo leading to an explosion of online bingo sites. Who knew bingo, the game with the reputation for staid old ladies with blue rinses frequenting a shabby bingo hall every week, would become way more popular than […]

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Jul 12
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How home automation can save you energy and money

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Home automation systems may be the next big thing when it comes to consumers being more intelligent and environmentally friendly in the home. These wired (or wireless) systems allow homeowners to cut down on their heating and cooling bills, optimise lighting, and even turn off energy-guzzling appliances and devices away from home. Automated homes mean […]

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Jul 12
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The expansion of mobile gaming

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

Smartphone and tablet devices have exploded in popularity and with them has come a revolution in the way that users access game titles. The mobile gaming platform has now all but replaced traditional handheld consoles, with game apps outselling the devices for the first time ever earlier this year. According to a report by App […]

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Jun 25
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Ford’s new technology parks your car for you

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Fords been very busy recently developing some innovative technology for their new vehicles. Ideas such as a ‘Door edge protector’, ‘Lane-keeping system’ and ‘Torque vectoring control’ are small features drivers have wanted for a long time, and now we have them!

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Jun 11
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Electronic Cigarette Technology

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

The number of people using electronic cigarettes in the UK is predicted to reach 1 million by the end of this year. Invented in 2003 by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik, electronic cigarettes are battery powered vaping devices. They work by heating a water based nicotine e-liquid solution inside the device until it is turned into […]

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Jun 11
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SIP vs ISDN – Making the right choice

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

When choosing business communications, you face two choices for your telecoms – ISDN or SIP. For most people, reliability is of much greater importance than the technology used. Here are 5 reasons why SIP trunking might be the right choice in terms of benefits for business.

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Jun 06
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Survey Highlights the Pitfalls of Free Apps

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

A majority of consumers believe that paying $1.99 for an app is not expensive but, when browsing the virtual shelves of the App Store, many apps are free or sold for just $0.99. However, buying cheap apps comes at a cost. According to the ‘2013 Apps and Digital Content Study’ by Simon-Kucher & Partners, the […]

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