Our client Guildford Rowing Club is featured in Support Through Sport with a lengthy artice on their Adaptive Rowing. Highlights include: Support through Sport UK had the pleasure of chatting to Guildford Rowing Club’s Robert Hall and Danny Skillman about the club’s adaptive rowing sessions. Hi Robert and Danny. Huge thanks for chatting to us
Speaking at the Future Decoded conference at the ExCeL in London, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella demoed a whole range of Windows 10 updates and Office 365 products and gave the audience a window into his working life. Here’s key takeaways: He likes One Note a lot. Nadella stated that One Note in Office 365 had a
Queens Speech announces New laws to allow fully autonomous vehicles to be insured under normal policies in the UK The UK Government has pledged to be at the forefront of technology for transport as part of the 2016 Queen’s Speech. Autonomous and electric cars will be the focus of new legislation that seeks to get UK consumers buying
As reported by Search Engine Watch yesterday, Google will no longer be showing ads on the right hand side of its search results pages. This change began on 19 February, and now many search results pages are looking a little bare: Google will now just show ads at the top and bottom of search results page.
With the Beatles now on Apple iTunes and other streaming services and with the sounds of Sgt. Pepper It was twenty years ago today. Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play, They’ve been going in and out of style, But they’re guaranteed to raise a smile it is worth remembering that foundation of modern websites, CSS also turns 20.
Any company can be measured in a number of different ways. The easy ones to monitor are financial. Facebook scores highly here as Facebook’s trailing-12-month revenue is up 188% from 2012 revenue. And growth continues to be strong even in recent quarters, with second-quarter revenue up 39% from the year-ago quarter. Net income has also
It was 134 years ago that the Tay Bridge collapsed into the river below as a train crossed killing scores of the passengers. The night was wild and stormy and wind pressure and the extra weight of the train causes the bridge to fail catastrophically. At the time newspapers put the death toll at about