The blog team at BT Business Direct has decided to round-up our most popular posts of 2011 in order to celebrate our 100th online post. We would like to thank you for reading our blog and we would love to hear your thoughs on our top 5 posts. In addition, if there is something you want [...]
If you’re not into the cloud, you’re a dinosaur. A bit extreme perhaps, but with all the big IT players seemingly betting their futures on the cloud, there’s got to be something in it. For Google, the move to the cloud is perhaps much less of a leap. The search engine giant was conceived on [...]
Google Android: This is one of the most popular operating systems for tablet, and while the official Android Market doesn’t host as many applications as Apple’s App Store, it is rapidly growing with new tablet specific applications. There are also third-party applications available for Android, with a number of effective office applications for business such [...]
Why Mac OS X Lion is good for business So the latest version of the Mac operating system – OS X Lion – came out last week (not OS X Kitten, which I found on KeepThatApp.com when searching for a suitable image for this). No doubt all you Mac users have been having a good [...]
Mozilla recently stated the foundation’s intentions to focus the Firefox web browser on consumers rather than businesses. The argument is that consumers are better able to cope with the fast release cycles of the updated browsers, while large businesses get bogged down in IT policies and processes so they can’t download the latest versions as quickly. [...]
What’s the catch? Today’s blog is a quick look at the Fujitsu Lifebook U772 Ultrabook. With most Ultrabooks being aimed at the consumer market (due...
We recently had Tristan Simmons from Netgear come into the BT Business Direct offices to talk about why 10 Gigabit connectivity is becoming an important topic...