Archive for the 'Technology' Category

Mob Programming at Software Cornwall’s Business Connect Event

Yesterday the UKNetWeb team attended Software Cornwall’s first Business Connect Event at Pool Innovation Centre. The event, run in collaboration with Tech Southwest, was a fantastic showcase of the high caliber businesses and individuals working in the tech sector here in Cornwall. Over 140 people had booked to attend! A combination of stands from various businesses, talks and […]

June 17th, 2016 and filed in Agile, Technology


usage of beacons

Beacons and the Physical Web

Beacons are small Bluetooth devices that broadcast a URL web link to the local vicinity so that enabled mobile devices can pick up this physically located web link. They provide an alternative method of allowing people to visit a web page, but are only found by users who are physically located near a specific location. […]

February 24th, 2016 and filed in Beacons, Technology


Mobile Optimised Web

Mobile Optimised Web 2013 – Time for Action

2013 is the time for Mobilie Optimised Web. Taking action and moving websites to mobile optimised platforms and designs is becoming a necessity. This presentation by Toby Parkins looks at the stats on mobile usage and how important it is to have a Mobile Optimised site. Also covered is the need to use analytics in planning your […]

February 25th, 2013 and filed in Business, Commentary, E-commerce, Technology, Web 2.0, Web Development


PRINCE2 Processes vs Agile Development Methodologies

Wildly acknowledged as the gold standard of project management the PRINCE2 has been the standard qualification across industries. It’s commonly a prerequisite for job descriptions and is recognised as being essential for keeping projects “in control” particularly in the public sector where project risk management is of high importance.

November 15th, 2010 and filed in Business, E-commerce, Technology, Web Development


Warning to Cornish Facebook Users

Cornish Facebook users are being warned not to open suspicious links in their Facebook accounts after a Trojan virus made its way through the profiles of hundreds of users in the county.

November 11th, 2008 and filed in Business, Marketing, News, Social Networking, Technology, Web 2.0, Web Development