At last week’s Digital Sparks: Omnichannel Success networking event we heard from a set of great speakers including, dotmailer’s Matthew McCelland with focus on real life examples of clients ‘getting it right’ and the technologies and collaboration opportunities out there that can take email marketing automation into the future. We then moved onto to Social [...]Read More
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Internet retailing firm Amazon and Royal Mail have joined forces to have customers’ items delivered to post offices for collection. Royal Mail’s parcel operations have suffered from intense competition since the group was privatised last year and services like Amazon’s own delivery service could dent its business by as much as 2% in the short term. Now, [...]Read More
Sony Pictures Entertainment has been targeted by computer hackers in an attack that forced the company to shut down its systems earlier this week. A skull appeared on computer screens along with a message threatening to release data secrets if undisclosed demands were not met. The message showed “#GOP” indicating a group called Guardians of [...]Read More
Over the past week The public has been warned about a Russian website which shows thousands of live feeds to baby monitors and stand-alone webcams and CCTV systems across the world and currently provides 500 feeds from the UK alone. Some of the images include, an office in Warwickshire, a child’s bedroom in Birmingham, a [...]Read More
Last week we hosted our last Internet leaders dinner of the year and this time we chose the glamourous Pescatori Restaurant in Charlotte Street. Our keynote speaker was Chris Ketley, director of Beechgate consulting and currently consultant at EDF Energy. Chris, who spoke to the audience about the trials and tribulation of digital transformation, gave [...]Read More
Google has decided to close it payment system via the Google wallet API System, which will only run now until the 2nd March 2015 after which digital products will no longer be accepted. Google commented that the changing payments landscape that offered consumers many new options is the reason behind closing the service, and has [...]Read More
Is Facebook planning a new business based Social Network to rival Linkedin? Sources say that Facebook have been looking to broaden their offerings by giving users new features that would include an application that lets people chat anonymously in virtual rooms and it is also testing a feature that lets users of Facebook make purchases [...]Read More
Communication between dogs and humans could be improved with wearable tech for dogs. Developed in the States, the harness is fitted with sensors that monitor both a dog’s posture and its vital signs and can pass the information to an owner. The device also contains vibrating motors so owners can communicate with a dog even [...]Read More
Strict regulations will need to be introduced before large drones are allowed to appear in the UK’s skies, pilots association Balpa has said. It says the public must be protected against remotely-controlled drones sharing airspace with regular aircraft. Current rules on small drones could not apply to commercial operators, such as those carrying cargo, Balpa’s chief is [...]Read More
Organised criminal gangs are increasingly targeting high-end cars with keyless security systems, a UK motoring industry group has warned. As the popularity of keyless systems has increased, the thieves have been buying equipment online that is intended only for mechanics and that are able to re-programme keys.Read More