Category Technology

July 31, 2016

On May 13th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Internet,Off Topic,Software,Technology,Web Technology.

Does anyone else find Google this annoying? »

Did you mean…/search instead for…? YES, of course I meant that! – And If I left a vowel or a connective out because unlike you I am not a robot & I like to use computer-speak, then so be it. The bottom line is you knew what I meant – so did you have to […]

On August 17th, 2010 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Technology,Web Technology.

4 more ways to increase conversion rates »

This article is aimed at people new to e-commerce. It covers some of the basics of ensuring that your website maximises conversion rates. It should also be read alongside  12 quick ways to increase conversion rates. For more experienced e-commerce managers please see this article on advanced techniques for increasing conversion rates. 1) Minimized Navigation […]

On April 9th, 2010 wrote on the subject of Hosting,Internet,Technology.

How website and email stuff works »

Typically my knowledge of domains, DNS settings and A-records is happily restricted to one phrase: “Sergio, can you setup a new site please?” But recently my personal website had issues with the DNS service I was using. I needed to move it, including changing my entire hosting and email. It’s headache material, but it’s one […]

On July 6th, 2009 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,SEO,Social Media,Technology.

Just how social was Compare the Market campaign »

I attended the Online Marketing show at Olympia on Tuesday and listened to “How to implement a social media campaign” By Amelia Torcode, Partner and Head of Digital Strategy, VCCP. VCCP and Amelia are now the darlings of the social media world following their successful Compare the Market/ Compare the Meerkat campaign.  Anna picked up […]

On July 19th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Technology,Web Technology.

Mobile Broadband »

Over recent years broadband has become the benchmark standard for internet access at home and at work and the days of dial-up speeds of 56k are a thing of the past. If you have been using the internet for long enough to remember how painfully slow this was, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what mobile […]

On July 19th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Technology,Web Technology.

The Future of UK Broadband »

As the web progresses and continues to deliver more elaborate and rich media content it is inevitable that the speeds at which this information is delivered must increase or at least stay relative to what is considered acceptable. This means that the broadband speeds offered by internet service providers (ISPs) needs to stay on par […]

On July 10th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Technology,Web Technology.

Global Web Stats – Part 2 »

Last year, I looked at the current trends in terms of browser and operating system market shares, as well as what screen resolutions people are using and the most popular internet user locations in terms of country. I have been keeping constant track of changes in this data over the past year or so and […]

On June 27th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Technology.

Hyper-V has been released for download »

Microsoft has released for download Hyper-V version of Windows Server 2008, this component will allow IT users to run different virtual machines on one physical machine without the need of running a full Host OS. With server virtulization you can cosolidate work loads of underutilized machines onto smaller number of servers reducing energy and hardware […]