12December2017

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A cloud-based employee recognition tool called Inspire Recognition, built by Hertfordshire-based tech company Digital Fibre, has launched today after four years in development.

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A prototype of a glove that alerts blind people of the proximity of objects has won first prize in the inaugural Entrepreneurship and Business Competition run by Nottingham University Business School (NUBS)at The University of Nottingham NUBSand Engineers in Business Fellowship (EIBF)

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The Government has announced today that superfast broadband is reaching more than 1 million across homes and businesses in the UK. In Hertfordshire thousands of homes and businesses can benefit from faster internet speeds, thanks to the Connected Counties programme.

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New research suggests that currently only one in eight businesses utilise a blog as part of a wider sales and marketing strategy, whilst only 4% plan to implement one in the next 12 months.

 

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Google+ has been reported as being the next big thing by a number of people, but a lot of business managers still fail to understand how it would help their business and haven't the time or inclination to learn yet another new social network or marketing platform. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider Google+ as marketing, relationship management and networking tool

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Aintree-based business technology provider Stack Group is warning of a type of computer virus which has begun attacking professional firms in the last week.

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Born in the Cloud on February 2012, Leavesdon based company Cloudamour has become one of the fastest growing Microsoft Cloud Partners in the UK, with an ambition to transform the view of office technology and educate SMEs about the benefits of the Cloud.

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Ashgoal are an IT company providing support across Hertfordshire, who specialise in cloud computing, IT support, Telecoms and Sage Software.

For a limited time they are offering a free, no obligation discussion about how to save money by moving to the Ashgoal Cloud.

www.ashgoal.com

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The award-winning Hitchin-based radio producer and engineer, Paul Arnold, was facing some tough times twelve months ago when he decided to throw his time, money and energy into creating a unique personalised musical greetings app. Paul brought his skills in audio production, music and interactive projects together to create AcoustiCards, an iPhone and iPad app that seamlessly mixes hundreds of options into its songs. Paul says: "Having an idea for an app, is in many ways, the modern equivalent of having an unfinished novel in a drawer somewhere. To see the smile on people's faces when they get to a line in the song that is perfect for them, that makes it all worthwhile.” The app has launched in time for Christmas, offering a quick, eco-friendly and unusual alternative to the traditional Christmas card, with 10p from every carol card sent donated to the UK charity Music As Therapy. The free AcoustiCards app is available on the Apple App Store now. More info at www.acousticards.com.

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