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Is it time to renew your company’s ageing IT?

From SMEs to corporates, every company gets to the stage where they consider whether it might be time to upgrade their IT systems. If you’re beginning […]

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Five early internet memories

Fifteen years ago, nearly all of us were still in the introductory stage with the internet. It was a novel thing you used in libraries or […]

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Five clear signs a website is unloved

  Is your website a time capsule from the early 2000s? Thanks to the internet’s incredible pace of change and some website owners’ resolute resistance to […]

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Seven Tech Blunders of 2014

2014 was another massive year for Tech, but not everything has gone to plan. We’ve seen some incredible products, record figures for tech-sales and giant leaps […]

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Christmas Tech Wish-List

It’s that time of year again! With the help of our apprentices at the Wolf Academy we’ve put together our tech-inspired Christmas Wish-List. Enjoy!   1) […]

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The most important Tech-Trend of 2015

2014 was arguably the year of the wearable. Up until then the wearable had often been an exclusive indulgence of professional athletes, celebrities and those who […]

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IT Workforce HR

Five ways software can help manage HR more effectively

Businesses are always looking for new ways of doing things quicker and more efficiently, and this is not exception when it comes to staff. Over the […]

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David Cameron launches Hour of Code Initiative

Prime Minster David Cameron this week held a children’s Hour of Code event at 10 Downing Street to mark the beginning of the week long initiative. […]

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Four reasons your IT projects failed this year

At this time of year businesses begin to look back over the past twelve months and evaluate the successes or failures or the year’s projects. IT […]

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Mobile Apps

Not mobile yet? You are missing your business’ potential

Smaller businesses will often disregard app development instantly due to fear of the perceived costs involved in such a project. While it’s true that building an […]

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Mobile App Development

Most apps are ‘failing on privacy’, report claims.

A recent study from the Global Privacy Enforcement Network (Gpen) revealed that 85% of mobile apps were not clearly explaining what data was being collected, and […]

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Tablets now used in almost 70 per cent of UK schools

New research revealed today has found that over two thirds of UK primary and secondary schools are now using tablet technology in the classroom. Almost 70 […]

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