21 April 2015
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The Importance Of Keeping Small Business Website Mobile Friendly

Keeping your business up to date on the internet can be difficult for small business owners. The digital landscape is changing constantly and styles change rapidly, so it is important to have a forward thinking approach to your site to protect it from becoming obsolete. A good example of this is recent changes by Google […]

20 October 2014
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Is Your Website Selling Your Business Short?

A website is an opportunity to show the world what your business does, however if your website is not optimised then you may be selling your business short and losing opportunities. With 84% of households having internet access and 76% of adults in the UK accessing the internet daily, having a website is now a […]

5 May 2014
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40% Grant On IT Products In Peterborough – Destination Digital Grant

OneSource Communications is proud to announce that we are taking part in the Destination Digital grant scheme that allows businesses to get a 40% grant on IT products and digital services.  This grant is available for businesses in Peterborough and the Cambridgeshire area. So we hope we can speak to as many businesses as possible […]

29 April 2014
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Business Data Sharing – Are Cloud Services Business Friendly?

  In the last few years we have gone through a global data revolution. This has seen us use cloud services to share files, photos and information in our business and personal lives. Business data sharing is now common from the smallest company to the largest multinational, but is it the right fit for your […]

12 February 2014
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More reasons why Dropbox is not for Business

4 ,Can’t guarantee data integrity through restricted deduplication. Dropbox, uses deduplication in order to store less data and reduce storage costs. Deduplication means that Dropbox scans each of your files and if it detects that the same file is stored on their server, even when owned by another company or individual, they just keep the […]

25 October 2012
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Skype for Windows 8

Skype is pushing out a new app to coincide with the launch of Windows 8 on Friday, and unsurprisingly, it’s built to take advantage of Microsoft’s new touch-centric desktop OS. The whole package has been streamlined, and of course brought into line with Microsoft’s “new-style” Windows interface (formerly known as Metro). Skype will get its […]

24 October 2012
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New Office Web Apps Go Live

The NEW updated version of the Office Web Apps, that has been on preview since July are now available for Sky Drive and Outlook.com users. The Apps how ever only currently work in the final Internet Explorer 10, Windows 8 and iOS6. Some of the new features include; Word Web App has new page-layout tools, picture tools and […]

28 September 2012
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Draft UK libel law forces websites to axe mudslinging comments

Can’t always be sued for defamatory posts, but can’t keep them online either Courts would have the power to order website operators to remove comments that have already been ruled to be defamatory even if those website operators did not post the comments themselves, according to the latest revisions to the Defamation Bill. Under the […]

14 August 2012
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Website Reporting

One Source Communications new website reporting system is a great tool to find out information that you may not know about your site. with over 40+ tests you do find out the ins ands outs of your website. Some of those tests are; Printability Search Ranking W3C compliance Social Interest Twitter Facebook Link States Seach […]

12 July 2012
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Do you spend a lot of time on Facebook and Twitter?

Spend a lot of time on Facebook or Twitter? That could be detrimental to your life and general state of mental well being, according to a recent survey. Apparently social media promotes both a lack of confidence and anxious feelings, or at least it can do in a considerable number of cases. The survey, carried […]