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Brexit ramifications rumble on and for several of our clients the news that EURid (the European Registry for Internet Domains) has decided that anyone without an EU postal address will not be able to own a .eu domain after Brexit, is another issue to factor in. Click here to read the full notice from EURid. If you have an EU postal address, we strongly suggest that you switch the registration of your .eu domain name to that one so that you can keep it. Otherwise, the domain will be cancelled on one ofWednesday, April 11, 2018
Oh dear – more bad news for Facebook. The beleaguered behemoth of social media let slip – by way of a blogpost from their chief technology officer – that Cambridge Analytica may have improperly shared an additional 37 million user’s data – significantly up from the 50 million noted in earlier reports. Ouch! This will undoubtedly add to the concern that many users – both individuals and businesses – will have about trusting the company with their data. There’s no doubt that Facebook are working hard toTuesday, March 13, 2018
Perhaps more than ever – given recent political events – businesses in the UK are considering how they’ll continue to, or begin trade with other nations. For most companies of any scale & vision, having local language-specific sales & marketing brochures, information and tools has long been a given – whether or not they have offices, local representatives or subsidiaries “overseas”. But does that focus translate and permeate as far as their websites and related digital services? Not always as effectivelyTuesday, January 23, 2018
As IT providers in Cornwall, we've worked with many companies whose business model is somehow related to the mining industries and heritage of the region. We were delighted then, when Datson Consulting, a well respected civil, structural and mining engineering consultancy practice approached our stand at last year’s “Celebration of Cornish Mining” at Heartlands – part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site. They’d seen some of our work in the sector & wanted support from a