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News Archive » January, 2012

Accessibility App designed by 7/7 survivor

Daniel Biddle a survivor of the 7/7 terrorist bombing who he lost both his legs as a result has designed an app detailing locations of step-free access, ramps and usable toilet facilities at thousands of venues within London. The app, called Ldn Access, was designed after Mr Biddle found a lot of venues around London…

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Arkeia: Did you know?

We are the only Arkeia Premier Partner in the UK, this means we can provide first line support for Arkeia products, for our customers in the UK and Ireland. Contact us to learn more about how we can support you.

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Google’s privacy changes produce mixed opinion

Google have made changes to their privacy laws. The changes will combine more than 60 different policies into one. Google are now merging personal data from YouTube, Gmail, search, Google+ and more. This means information about what a user does in one application can be shared across all the platforms. Users cannot opt out of…

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Groupwise 2012 provides better productivity and connectivity

The new update promises to deliver customers more productivity and better connectivity. The enhancements include a iPad web template which allows you to access Groupwise through your tablet. Calendar enhancements have also been included which make it easier to stream line scheduling tasks, making it easier for you to use the calendar to organise your…

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The right to be forgotten?

The European Commission is proposing changes to data protection rules. This will include the right to be a forgotten, were individuals can request certain data be deleted. With the popularity of social networking, individuals are sharing more and more about themselves online. The changes are designed to protect those who have shared information which could…

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File-sharing site Megaupload founder seeks bail

It is likely that the founder of Megaupload site, Kim Dotcom will be refused bail because of the risk that he may flee the country. Mr Dotcom was detained in New Zealand during a raid in which he was accused of internet piracy and money laundering. The arrest comes as the subject of tackling piracy…

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