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  • The important of a binding agreement

    Time and time again the courts see disputes come before them because the detail of an agreement was not written down. Another example, the case of Eaton v Caulfield, proves the point well. In this instance, two men had agreed to set up a limited ... 

  • "Nobody puts Baby in the corner"

    Employers are always looking for ways to retain valued and valuable members of staff and one area under constant review is - and should be - the issue of childcare. Whilst the Daycare Trust is consulting on the subject of finding affordable and u... 

  • Who decides if open source is best for public sector bodies?

    Bit of a bust up between open source provider Sirius Corporation and Computacenter over an open source proof of concept projectwith Bristol City Council. Sirius boss Mark Taylor is not impressed, suggesting large system integrators like Computacenter... 

  • Discrimination own goal?

    No sooner had West Ham lost the game that saw them being relegated for the second time in eight years from the Premier league had their Israeli manager, Avram Grant, been sacked. No doubt he saw his dismissal coming. However, West Ham's co-owner... 

  • Caan he do it for Symantec resellers? Yes he can!

    So Symantec resellers focused on selling to small businesses are being given the chanceto win a mentoring session with entrepreneur and former Dragons' Den star James Caan. Personally, I'm all for it. With his track record, you have to be interested ... 

  • Government launches single government website prototype

    The Government has launched - it's live now - an early prototype of a single Government web domain, that's aimed at making public services easier to use.The site, named alphagov, was recommended by Martha Lane Fox in her review of government digital ... 

  • Apple devices helped to make the Mac the digital hub, now it wants to put the hub in the cloud

    Am I the only one who thinks there's something ironic in the pronouncement by Steve Jobs at Apple's WWDC that the PC and Mac are being demoted from "digital hub" to "device"? Speaking for myself, I can say that my computer was ne... 

  • HSE introduces new arrangements

    From 12 September 2011, all reportable work-related injuries and incidents under RIDDOR (the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995) will move to a predominantly online system that uses a suite of seven forms avail... 

  • Airfares to rise?

    The days - for many - of flying business class are long gone. Indeed many going anywhere on business fly with the budget airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair. It shouldn't take much to remind readers that the budget carriers are renown for pricin... 

  • On the job...training that is.

    A survey just published by the Institute for Work Based Learning at Middlesex University has found that almost three quarters of UK workers think that they could achieve so much more if only they were given more on the job training. The results a...