Microsoft in 2015
October 13, 2015 by Lauren Parker
Many people believe that 2015 has been a make or break year for Microsoft; would they learn from the mistakes of Windows 8 and maintain their status as a dominant tech company? Or would Google Docs, Slack, Evernote and Box knock Microsoft off the top spot with their cloud solutions that allow us to collaboratively edit documents and spreadsheets and access files regardless of whether we’re in the office or on the move?
Driving digital demand
September 17, 2015 by Lauren Parker
Following the release of their discussion paper ‘The fourth utility’, which discussed the importance of broadband and mobile services to small businesses, the Federation of Small Businesses wanted to better understand how small businesses actually use the internet and the barriers that stop them from doing more online.
Non-geo number changes
August 24, 2015 by Mark Castle
Since the 1st July, changes to non-geographic and freephone numbers have been in effect, but it seems that a lot of businesses offering a non-geographic number are still confused about what is required of them under the new legislation.
Opus mobile refer & earn scheme
August 4, 2015 by Adam Howarth
This week Opus Mobile launched their brand new referral scheme – Refer & Earn. Now anyone can refer businesses looking for mobile solutions and earn points to spend on tech, holidays and more.
Why use just one supplier?
July 21, 2015 by Mark Castle
Today’s business environment is increasingly complex, which over time can cost you money. For example, as your business expands more products and services are sourced from third parties, businesses invariably end up buying too many things from too many different suppliers. However organisations are starting to realise that by consolidating their suppliers, they can save a great amount of time, money and frustration…