I came across this article in my news feed today. It seems that another cornerstone of Mac users’ self created pedestal is being eroded. First we had the change over from their IBM RISC based processors, to the much more common CISC based Intel processors. Then we had an increase in malware actually affecting Mac systems, Read more about MacUpdate now pushing AdWare?[…]
Today saw me discussing Android Apps and the various methods of ensuring their secure communications across possibly insecure networks with final year Information Security students at Plymouth University. Some excellent ideas were flowing regarding how to transmit the security information (“passwords” or “keys”, for want of easier terms) from one device to another when the Read more about Secure Comminications with Uni Students[…]
I couldn’t wait until I had created a suitable page on our website to break the news. Today I became an accredited trainer for one of my favourite mind mapping and planning tools – Matchware MindView. What makes MindView stand apart, in my mind, from other similar tools? In one word: flexibility – and in that Read more about Mind Mapping for Business[…]
Very honoured to attend the above-titled event by the Plymouth Social Enterprise Network this afternoon. The principle talk was given by Theresa Burton of Buzzbnk on Crowd Funding – what is it, how to do it and why it is important, followed by some general catching-up and overviews of what has been happening in the world of Read more about Crowd Funding your Social Enterprise[…]
Attended a very interesting session this evening on mental health awareness, hosted up at the University of Plymouth. Had some thought-provoking discussions on other topics too, such as Asperger’s. All in all, quite an eye-opening event. Glad I went.
Having just registered this blog and sorted out the DNS side of things, it is time to post the obligatory “Hello World” entry. So here it is: Hello World.