Technology

Glasgow office opens up Scottish market for tech specialist Etherlive

January 30, 2013
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Glasgow office opens up Scottish market for tech specialist Etherlive

Chippenham-based technology firm Etherlive has opened an administration and logistics office in Glasgow in a move that positions it to meet increased demand for technology support during the Commonwealth Games 2014. Etherlive's satellite office means that it can engage corporate and association events in Scotland as it increasingly becomes a destination of choice for...

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Science Park marks first birthday with spate of new business arrivals

September 26, 2012
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Science Park marks first birthday with spate of new business arrivals

A number of international science and technology-based companies are about to move to the Bristol & Bath Science Park – strengthening its role as the innovation hub for the region. Details of the new arrivals will be released today to coincide with an event to mark its first anniversary which will also hear from...

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Top 100 ranking for fast-growing Chippenham firm Solar Communications

September 14, 2012
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Top 100 ranking for fast-growing Chippenham firm Solar Communications

Chippenham-based communications systems provider Solar Communications has been named as one of the UK’s fastest-growing hi-tech businesses. The firm appears at number 50 in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 rankings for the first time. The firm has attracted five of its largest 20 customers within the past year and has enjoyed average...

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Green IT: Four tips to dispel the rhetoric

August 28, 2012
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Green IT: Four tips to dispel the rhetoric

Many organisations – and especially IT companies – cite the term Green IT, yet not many people understand what this means. Are there genuine benefits or is it simply the latest IT marketing spin to encourage firms to spend on IT consultants? Chippenham-based IT provider ITS has come up with four tips to dispel...

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Tablets bring some relief to struggling Future as title sales for iPads soar

July 31, 2012
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Digital revenue has shot up by 30% at Future, the Bath-based magazine and digital publishers, as consumers increasingly used their iPads and other tablets to read its products. The group said today it sold more than 1.7m copies of its titles through Apple’s Newsstand since its launch last October. However, the third-quarter rise in...

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Strong end to first half for buoyant IT specialists SciSys

July 26, 2012
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Earlier client deliveries, operating efficiencies and deferred costs helped SciSys, the specialist IT and software firm, finish its first half of 2012 finished more strongly than had been initially expected. The Chippenham-based group, which also has an operation in Bristol, also said it had maintained a solid order book during the period ending 30...

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Companies ‘cannot ignore the smartphone revolution’

April 25, 2012
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West business leaders need to understand how smartphones are changing the way individuals engage with their products and services – or they risk being left behind by the competition. The warning came from technology expert Richard Hull in an address to senior directors at a recent event staged by Executive Foundation, the leadership and...

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Tech firms wary of building links with BRIC countries

April 13, 2012
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Most medium-sized West technology companies have no plans to invest in new overseas markets over the next year, despite major opportunities in the so-called BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) economies. New research from accountants and business advisers Grant Thornton shows domestic investment continues to be the number one priority for ICT businesses with...

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iPad launch brings record numbers flocking to Future’s tech sites

March 19, 2012
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Future Publishing’s technology websites achieved a new record of 1.2m unique users in 24 hours with its coverage of the new iPad. The Bath-based publisher’s TechRadar.com, T3.com and Gizmodo UK proved to be the most-trusted destinations for tech enthusiasts eager to find out everything about the new iPad’s technology. TechRadar.com employed teams working through...

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Business edge: IT simply applied

February 5, 2012
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Business edge: IT simply applied

Ray Smyth of Swindon-based The IPstore says, “Business Continuity is the result of properly planned, expertly executed IT… It is 100% proactive; the rest is just blind panic…” For an organisation using Information Technology (IT) as a routine part of its day-to-day work, the most modest of problems can cause real frustration, quickly impeding...

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