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Windows 10 – Key Take Aways

Yesterday I joined a group of developers at Microsoft’s offices for the launch of Windows 10. It is big stakes for Microsoft, as they attempt to restart the Windows upgrade cycle. While I have been a very happy Windows 8 user since the earliest preview release, both corporate IT and home users have given it a bit of a mixed reception,… Read more →

I Have a Dream

Today, in the US, is Martin Luther King,  Jr.  day. Almost 52 years on from his landmark speech, over half a century, his words still ring out: “But one hundred years later, the Negro still is not free. One hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of… Read more →

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Moving a WordPress blog between hosts

This is a tech post, so if that isn’t your thing, feel free to move along! I’ve been using WordPress for websites and blogs since it’s earliest days, and in earnest since about 2004. In that time I’ve had to move blogs from server to server every so often, as I’ve gone through different hosting companies, our own servers and cloud… Read more →

On the road…

The last few months have been spent in the office, with a break for a wonderful holiday in Italy that taught me many things! A new Milestone Planner release is imminent, and SocialOptic’s survey tool has gone through some massive growth, so it is time to get back out on the road. The next few weeks are a bit like that… Read more →

Future Organisations – ResponsiveOrg

This week is definitely the week to get back to blogging. The last week has been a flurry of activity looking at what the future organisation might (and should) be like. Wednesday saw the restart of the Social Business Sessions at Yammer’s UK HQ, and Saturday saw the first ResponsiveOrg unconference, with around 40 sessions on how businesses can respond to the… Read more →

Terrifying Consumers

I am sure you have seen the Carrie promotional video prank. If you haven’t here you go: terrify yourself. There has been a lot of debate about whether the people in the shop were actors or just bystanders (and that debate also added to the spread of the video). Marketeers are in a continually escalating battle to get our clicks and… Read more →