16Mar
By: Ilona Hitel On: March 16, 2018 In: Comms, Technology Comments: 0

At the height of the Second World War, hidden in a Bletchley Park mansion away from the public eye, a group of women that included Mavis Batey, Jane Fawcett, Jean Valentine and Joan Clarke formed an elite code-cracking unit. By decrypting German codes, they were able to attain invaluable...

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31Jan
By: Jennifer Reid On: January 31, 2018 In: Comms, Content, PR, Press Release, Technology Comments: 0

There are some B2B tech topics and themes that stand the test of time. After many years of industry discussion, they’re still relevant in today’s technology landscape. Then there are the others. A tired collection of buzzwords that have been done to death, and will not under any circumstances...

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16Feb
By: James McCann Ellerington On: February 16, 2017 In: BLog, PR Comments: 0

To coin a line from the famous Honda advert, ‘isn’t it nice when things just work’? That’s not always the case in an age where technology is dated the moment it becomes mainstream. So then, three cheers for yesterday’s news that the old Nokia 3310 is rumoured to be...

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03Feb
By: Helen Frear On: February 03, 2017 In: BLog, PR, Social Media Comments: 0

Fake news has been filtering its way into our newsfeeds for some time, but in 2016, the floodgates really opened. So what is fake news, and what can PRs do to manage it? What is fake news, and where did it come from? 2016 was a turbulent year for...

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13Jan
By: Helen Frear On: January 13, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, Marketing, PR, Social Media Comments: 0

January 16th is Martin Luther King Jr. Day – a day to celebrate the victories of nonviolent activism, protest racial discrimination and advocate freedom of speech. Not only was King Jr. a devoted civil rights activist and an eloquent speaker, he could also have taught a thing or two...

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