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Tag Archive: Digital
84% use smartphones in the workplace 78% regularly respond to text messages during working hours
Cloud telephone systems are quickly becoming the de facto standard for many businesses across the world. The days of on-premise systems are deteriorating rapidly with many businesses opting for a more scalable and reliable technology without having to install, configure or maintain hardware.
Technology firm VST Enterprises today announces the launch of VStreams®, in a joint venture with ZiMovi, provider of innovative video hosting, communication and marketing platforms.
e3creative, a top-rated digital agency based in Manchester, have recruited two of the industry’s key players to lead two of their core departments. Ibrar Hussain joins e3creative with over a decade of technical expertise, comprised of working several years as a developer and managing large integrated teams in fast-paced global agencies. Hussain was headhunted from his... View Article
A national report into the rapid growth of Britain’s digital tech industry has highlighted Manchester as a hotspot for growth.
Stockport based Digital ID, receive prestigious award in first 12 months of global partnership
New year, new career? January is a classic time for us to step back and think about our careers. The Christmas festivities that were tiding you over through December are gone and the cold dark nights seem to be endless. At the low point of the year, you need to be thinking about how you... View Article
Manchester is known for its steel grey skies, rain and drizzle, but there’s much more to this city than it’s many variations on cold and damp. Not only are Mancunians the kind of people to tell you our life stories on the tram, we are also the kind of people who are deeply invested in... View Article
PhoneKick, recently launched in Manchester, provides Britons with a safer way to buy and sell pre-owned smartphones. In the UK, prior to the release of PhoneKick, there wasn’t a user-driven marketplace completely focused on rehoming mobile phones.