- Cisco Awards Gold accreditation status to SCC
SCC has met the stringent requirements necessary to be awarded Cisco Gold Certification, one of the industry's most rigorous accreditation programmes. The certification recognises SCC's expertise in virtualisation, optimisation and unified communications.
(Filed: Thu Sep 24 2009)
- Get The Glow In Your Life With Flood Lights
LEDs, or Light Emitting Diodes can be a good choice as outdoor Flood lights because they don't produce UV light that attracts insects, and they are also very energy efficient.
(Filed: Wed Sep 23 2009)
- Tpad Offer VOIP Lifeline to Discarded Thus Customers
With the announcement that Business ISP THUS has pulled the plug on its Voice over Internet Protocol service (VoIP), Tpad have announced a simple option for customers to transfer their redundant service to an efficient provider.
(Filed: Thu Sep 17 2009)
- Total Transparency at Drive ‘09
This year at Drive ‘09 Alamein are showcasing ‘TrakSave’ their high-value Vehicle Tracking Solution designed to overcome the countless operational issues facing companies with fleet vehicles
(Filed: Wed Sep 16 2009)
- WorkforceTrack introduces Mini ERP software partnership program
In response to the growing market need, Finnet Technologies has announced that their on-demand business management software, WorkforceTrack, is now available to the reseller community through WorkforceTrack's new partner program.
(Filed: Wed Sep 16 2009)
- SCC nominated for National Recycling Award
SCC's industry-leading recycling centre has seen the company become a leading contender to win one of the UK's most coveted environmental awards.
(Filed: Tue Sep 15 2009)
- EnOcean named a Global Cleantech 100 clean technology company
EnOcean, a pioneer in self-powered wireless sensor technology for the building automation market, today announced it has been named a Global Cleantech 100 company by Guardian News and Media and Cleantech Group™, LLC, providers of leading research, events and advisory services for the cleantech ecosystem
(Filed: Wed Sep 09 2009)
- BRITAIN’S WATERWAYS RENAISSANCE - A CATALYST FOR CHANGE
Britain’s canals and rivers are enjoying a renaissance and are busier and in better condition than they have been for generations. However British Waterways (BW), the organisation which looks after the nation’s waterways heritage, faces considerable economic challenges to maintain investment in its two-century old locks, bridges, aqueducts and weirs. To achieve this, it has embarked on a journey involving transformational and forward thinking strategies, including how it procures technology to contribute to a sustainable future.
(Filed: Mon Sep 07 2009)