Over the last few weeks I’ve been getting a large number of spam emails from various friends who have had their email accounts hacked. The… Read More »Email accounts are being hacked! Make sure your password is strong!
Thanks to the good old EU and it’s charming directives, UK law now requires websites to show a warning to the user if they are using cookies.… Read More »Easiest way to comply with UK Cookie law on websites (PECR)
If you can’t turn on your scanner, here’s a way to fix it. Disclaimer: Nothing here should be harmful to your scanner, but you do… Read More »How to Fix: Scansnap ix500 scanner won’t power on
I found a very good course for Agile Business Analysts, called The Agile BA. As the homepage says, there’s 150 minutes of learning material (comprising… Read More »The Agile BA: Agile Business Analyst Course
Here’s a few genuinely useful things that you might not have realised you can do with Google. Here’s the ones I think will be most… Read More »Fun and useful tools from Google that you might not have seen
This article is very back-to-basics, but I think many people would still benefit from applying it. So here goes! I was chatting to someone recently who’s… Read More »Problems coordinating your project? Try a short daily stand-up meeting.
One of the big problems with conference calls is that it can be hard to hear what other people on the call are saying. I… Read More »Tip for Conference Calls: Ban Speakerphones
I recently came across an organisation whose poor budgeting structure means their software costs are much higher than they should be. They could spend less,… Read More »Cheaper software through better budgeting