Pulling 5g!

So, there’s a new standard for mobile networks, and doubtless most people are looking forward to this with the eager anticipation normally only reserved for Christmas and cup finals. No? That’s understandable, we’re all pretty blasé about the way technology develops these days; we started with analog 1G in 1979 and periodically since then we’ve […]

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Can (The Internet of) Things only get better?

The Internet of Things (IoT). It’s not the most inspiring nomenclature for a digital revolution, is it? Presumably the Internet of Stuff or the Internet of Bits and Pieces were already taken? However, there’s a lot more to the IoT than a clumsy name, in fact it essentially represents the most startling and influential impact […]

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Beating the virus – keeping businesses and schools open (even when they have to close) using G-Suite

Coronavirus is here, there is no escaping it. At least not on the news, or in conversation with friends, family and colleagues where talk will invariably turn to COVID-19.  In the next few weeks the scale of the outbreak here in the UK and across the world will become more clear. Businesses are already putting […]

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Digital Transformers Go!

So, you’ve digitized all your paperwork, you’ve migrated your file storage to the cloud, there’s more computing power in your office than is needed to count all the atoms in the universe and play a decent game of chess on the side and the only paper that’s ever seen on a desk is a Starbucks […]

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Health Sector – tech can save lives.

Secretary of State for Health Matt Hancock has placed innovation in the health service sector front and centre of his mission to improve healthcare. In a recent speech he admitted: “ It’s fantastic to be here to talk about apps and innovation because, as you know, this is a subject close to my heart. In […]

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Quantum Leap

Not the slightly peculiar late 80s science-fiction series (apologies to younger readers), but the development of workable quantum computers. Niels Bohr, the great atomic physicist, once stated that any person who on first hearing about quantum theory wasn’t completely outraged by it simply hadn’t understood it, and the same applies to quantum computing. Most people […]

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Google Health

Google has hit the headlines recently – unusually not for the work that it has done on the more usually understood areas of home computing, its own platforms and education but this time in the area of health. Google Health recently announced the results of a study it says indicates artificial intelligence could be more […]

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Pleased to MEET you

All of us have received the message “software” update. It is greeted with a range of emotions (usually one of concern) that if the message is undertaken then – who knows what will happen.  Will it improve the performance of the software, will it remove some vital aspect or worse will it work?  All of […]

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The Revolution will be Digitized

The Digital Revolution is frequently referred to as the third great revolution for humanity, following on from the Agricultural Revolution, which effectively allowed us to create our city dwelling civilizations, and the Industrial Revolution, which allowed us to make a massive mess of our cities. What the Digital Revolution will ultimately do for humanity remains […]

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