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UK tech darlings shun London for New York

When six entrepreneurs tried to raise money for an online games business in London a decade ago, many investors simply put the phone down. Now it’s the entrepreneurs’ turn to hang up. Their company, known as King and the owner of Candy Crush Saga, the most popular game on Facebook, is planning an ...

Why we chose to IPO in the US and not in the UK

Despite attempts by the London Stock Exchange to change their mind, John Newton decided to take his company public in the US rather than the UK. In his first column he explains why Alfresco, his UK-headquartered company will join many other British tech companies in crossing the pond, and why you...

Mobile deployment needs effective content management (CMS) integration

With so many  mobile development platforms available, a big quandary is how to integrate existing content management solutions in with these new mobile development technologies. The first step in successfully bringing content management and mobile delivery together is building upon a foundation...

What’s the right age for kids to learn to code?

Last week, I received an email from three female designers living in Sweden. They told me about their new website and interactive e-book, “My First Website,” to help toddlers learn to code.Read more at http://venturebeat.com/2013/06/25/whats-the-right-age-for-kids-to-learn-to-code-debate/#...

Open Source: should the UK have been the leaders?

The proliferation of open source technology has always been a contentious issue, and remains so in many corners of the UK's public sector. According to some, the UK has an opportunity to lead the way, but has now resorted to playing catch up with other administrations. But how accurate is this...

National Small Business Week in the US: Software for Small Biz

Don't be scared! Just because we recommend social business tools for small businesses doesn't mean we think they should launch a dozen social media marketing campaigns and become super active on Facebook and Twitter. What we mean by social business are more internal tools that allow employees and...

The Customer Centric Social Business is Going to Happen

Socializing business is a revolution in the way we do work. The days when you can control your brand through your website are long gone. Customers are getting information about your brand and products through a number of different channels and if you aren't listening and engaging these channels,...

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