What are the big trends for technology in the next couple of years, and how are they relevant to SMEs? In our Technology Segment on today's Down To Business with Bobby Kerr I'm genuinely delighted that we'll be joined by Charles Arthur, Technology Editor of The
The six part sitcom created by Tim Reid and Paul Coleman, and directed by Peter Kay, is the first-ever series to premiere on BBC iPlayer in its entirety before a television transmission, as part of a 40 hour content trial that showcases programming via iPlayer.
Cybercrime police forces in at least five countries, and global web companies are trying to combat a global threat to the reliability and integrity of the web. Under fire in a Denial of Service attack is Geneva based spam watchdog and blacklist compiler Spamhaus and
Such a move shouldn't effect the promise that virtual currency holds. For instance, a simple example, virtual currency can help eliminate currency considerations and empower local retailers to sell to cross border buyers. Twenty percent shifts in Sterling or Dollar or Euro become irrelevant to
On Dublin's talking tonight week we talked about Summly being acquired by Yahoo! and how you can kickstart your own app development ambitions.
Summly is wonderful story. Nick D'Aloisio, aged 17 started Summly a couple of years ago. It's an app that delivers digested news to your smart phone and Yahoo! will integrate it into their mobile offering. Evidence that Marissa Mayer is getting Yahoo! focussed on mobile, thankfully.
Data Protection and ePrivacy law are now a part of doing business online. With high profile cases of lost or leaked data and ubiquitous social networks, consumers are increasingly conscious of how carefully website owners, large and small, are looking after their personal data.
Teachers are an innovative bunch. I think you have to be, to keep twenty or thirty children engaged day after day. Entertain, grade, support, coach and teach and that's all before they tackle the work outside the classroom. With their innovative nature it's no surprise
Last night my heart went a flutter, again. I have a soft spot for the chanteuse and whilst flicking through the satellite channels I discovered last week, I came across a BBC Radio 2 performance that looked like it was recorded at the Radio
On Dublin's talking this week we discussed the emerging self-analysis apps, and Myshkin Ingawale's app, UCheck, which allows smart-phone owners to analyse their urine. And good news in a jobs announcement as HubSpot adds 100 people to its Dublin office.
It's more than forty years since Lawrence Stenhouse said there was “no curriculum development without teacher development” - and sharp minds, like those at BSSD have adopted Eric Raymond's Bazzar of knowledge principle helping to foster the burgeoning movement for information socialism. Almost 90% of
Today on Down to Business with Ian Guider, we looked at how SME owners can get their business, their brand and their products on to the smart-phones and tablets of the 40% of consumers who are using the web on the go. We were also
The S4 was launched at the Radio City Music Hall in New York, in an event that was a sort of kitsch, pseudo Broadway extravaganza hosted by WIll Chase. The first major Samsung mobile announcement made in the US, signaling Samsung's growing confidence in their
In response to media reports that the The Reserve Bank of Australia's network had been compromised, the nation's central bank confirmed it regularly consults with the Defence Signals Directorate as well as using the expertise of private firms. The DSD, headquartered in Camberra, Australia, was
This weekend on Down To Business with Bobby Kerr on Newstalk we looked at Social Media and the role it plays in the promotion of the SME and the SME website. We were joined by Noel Davidson, the GM of QED training with his insights