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Microsoft Surface…revolutionary?

Last week Microsoft released their own hardware device – the Surface, complete with their brand new version of Windows – Windows 8, also released last week. Until now, Microsoft have relied on 3rd party hardware manufacturers to host their software so what can we expect from Microsoft’s first offering in the tablet market and what … Continue reading

The beginning of a new generation: 4G

After months of speculation, lawsuits and suspense, today sees the release of 4G to our airwaves in 11 UK cities. As well as other areas around the world such as the US and Singapore, 4G is expected to revolutionize a mobile way of life. Network EE, formerly known as Everything Everywhere is the first network … Continue reading

Introducing…the iPad Mini

It’s been two-and-a-half years since the original iPad hit our stores and changed the face of mobile computing. The revolutionary iPhone a couple of years earlier was a catalyst in itself to create ‘a big iPhone without the phone part’ and that’s exactly what Apple did. Yesterday they released their new version – the iPad … Continue reading

A huge week for technology

This week sees the launch of several different products from Apple, Microsoft and also Google. Between the three vendors there really is a grand finale of technology to cap off what has been an extrordinary year for the industry. Starting off tonight with the big release of Apple’s iPad mini – the first of its … Continue reading

The importance of a mobile working environment

Still today, many people wonder what on earth is the point in going that extra mile to create external access to emails and other business systems, buy laptops instead of desktops or encourage employees to have smartphones. The truth is, companies are increasingly likely to gain back much more than they invest when providing a … Continue reading

3G, 4G, GPRS, Edge – what are they and how are they different?

Mobile devices such as tablets and mobile phones rely on celluar data services, most commonly known to as 3G. Cellular data services allow our mobile devices to connect to the internet. A common question people ask is what is the difference between 3G, GPRS, EDGE and very soon from now, 4G This article hopes to … Continue reading

iOS6 – The good, the bad and the debatable!

You don’t need to be too astute to hear that Apple has released its long-awaited iOS6 – the latest version of it operating system for it mobile devices such as the iPad and iPhone. It was released yesterday and we were one of the many frantically competing with the Apple servers to be one of … Continue reading

Why all companies need a ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) policy

Before smartphones and tablets began flooding the technology market, information security was a lot easier to manage – employees were assigned a company computer and this had any relevent security and network control software installed on it. Today, we have PDA users wanting to use their devices for company tools such as email. How does … Continue reading