Voice Recognition ‘Sexist’

Delip Rao, CEO and co-founder of start-up R7 Speech Sciences has brought the issue back into the spotlight that voice recognition systems struggle more with female voices. Not New [...]

Accountants To Use AI For The ‘Boring’ Stuff

A study by Sage that identified how 83% of clients would like their accountants to extend their services has seen 50% of accountants looking to solutions like AI to [...]

Eight New Cyber Threats Every Second

The latest McAfee Labs threat report shows that in the last quarter of 2017, organisations faced 8 new cyber threats a second as there was an 18% increase in [...]

New Threat From Fileless Powershell Exploits

Businesses now face the growing threat of fileless hacking and fileless malware attacks facilitated by the PowerShell scripting language that is already built-in to Windows. Surge Reported The latest [...]

UK Economy Could See £26bn From Rural Digital Investment

A study has revealed that greater investment in digital technologies and connectivity in rural parts of the UK could add between £12bn and £26.4bn annually to the British economy. [...]

Tech Tip – Windows 10 – Using The ‘My People’ Feature

The ‘My People’ feature in Windows 10 provides a handy way for you to access all your favourite contacts from your taskbar using the inbuilt settings and account that [...]

BYOD – questions we are asked

What is BYOD?  You see this in lots of places and everyone assumes you know the answer.  It may be one of those questions you don't like to ask [...]

Success stories are good for everyone

If you define success as the achievement of something planned we all have far more success than failure; as a result we tend to take success for granted.  A success [...]

August, a difficult month?

August is not a holiday month for everyone, in fact it can be quite stressful for those in a small business.  People are covering for those away and doing unfamiliar [...]

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