Though history often focuses on the bigger cities in England, its towns & villages have interesting histories of their own. Guildford, the county town of Surrey, has a particularly interesting past.
The cloud provides flexibility, scalability & accessibility – and this is why many companies are choosing to utilise it. Here are 8 ways that you may be using the cloud, possibly without realising it.
Keeping your personal or private information secure while using the internet is very important and can be done with the use of a VPN. But what is a VPN and how does it keep your data secure?
When you need legal advice choosing a good solicitor is very important - it can however be difficult to know where to start your search. Here are some tips for finding a good solicitor or law firm.
Charities in England & Wales took almost £60 bn in income in 2012 and many people are donating to a number of causes. But how are charities set up & what rules and regulations do they have to follow?
It has become hugely important in recent years for businesses to have their own website - this hub looks at the steps you need to follow if you are setting up a business website for the first time.
Though the general divorce rate in England and Wales is following a downward trend, the number of over-60s getting divorce is on the rise. This article looks at this trend & why this is happening.
Many businesses are turning to the cloud for their software, platform and infrastructure requirements. Using infrastructure-as-a-service can be hugely beneficial to businesses, both small and large.
Finding a good tradesman for your home improvement project can be tricky and it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are 10 tips for finding a good tradesman who is right for your project.
Melksham is a small town in the south west of England that has a surprising and varied history that even the residents of the town may not know about. Here are 5 facts about Melksham's history.
More and more people in the UK are choosing to rent rather than buy a house or a flat. This hub looks at some tips and advice for people who are searching for a rental property to think about.
Most drivers are aware of serious driving offences such as drink driving, but many of the most commonly committed offences are those that some people do everyday while driving often without thinking.
The cloud is being increasingly used in the business world but a more recent development is the use of cloud in the classroom. There are a number of advantages to using the cloud in a school setting.
Ethernet is one of the most common communication protocols and is used to create both simple and advanced networks. This hub looks at what Ethernet is and how it is used in computing.
England has a long and varied legal history. One of the most important developments was the establishment of the Inns of Courts and the resulting evolution of the barrister as a legal professional.
Savile Row is the home of bespoke, made to measure tailoring in the UK. This article looks at the history of 'the row' and how it became to be renowned worldwide for suits and tailoring.
Surrey is a county just to the South of London and it has many things to see & do. This hub looks at 6 historic houses & stunning parks that you can visit in Surrey and that should not be overlooked.
This hub looks at what VoIP actually is and how it differs from 'internet telephony'. The hub also explores the advantages and disadvantages in using VoIP in both personal and business settings.
Infographics are a popular way of displaying data, information & research. This article looks at the basic guidelines for creating an infographic & gives 5 examples of great cloud-related infographics.
There are so many different types of payments & it can be difficult to decide which method is the right option for you. One method is a 'direct debit', this hub explains the process and the benefits.
The law in the United Kingdom deals with almost every part of our lives and the way the country is run. Legal professionals will usually choose to specialise in a particular area of the law.
Steel is one of the most widely used metals in the world. You may think that it is only a fairly recent invention but in actual fact the origins of steel go back thousands of years into the past.
Wimbledon is known around the world for its annual tennis tournament. The area of Wimbledon, however, has much more to offer than just tennis. Here are 5 things to do outside of Centre Court.
There is some confusion about the idea of 'the cloud' & many people are still in the dark about how to use it. This hub looks at 5 ways you may already be using the cloud - maybe without realising it!
Cambridge is one of the quintessential university towns in the UK and it has a long & interesting history. Here are 5 facts about the city of Cambridge and its history you may not have heard.
Utilising the services of a business analyst is an important evaluation process for a company. This hub looks at what business analysis is and how you can gain the skills to become a business analyst.
Many cities and towns in England have their roots in the Roman occupation of Britain. Bath is no different, but there is an alternate mythical history about how the City of Bath was founded and why.
The history of Asia has seen a great deal of innovation & inventions, some of the most important have been related to finance & money. This hub looks at the origins of currency, banknotes and cheques.
Though there are many different data centres, there are several common features that can be found in most centres. These features allow the facilities to operate at optimum levels.
This hub looks at the process of ending a marriage with a divorce in the United Kingdom. It looks at what the process consists of, how to apply for a divorce and how long the procedure takes.
Every year new data centres are being built The amount of data needing to be stored has soared in recent years and as a result each new facility is often much larger than its predecessors.
Attending university in the UK is becoming increasingly more expensive. Here are some ideas for parents about how to prepare financially before their children begin university.
This hub looks at how and when the London district Knightsbridge began and how it developed into the attraction that we know today. From humble beginnings in no man's land to a top London destination.
This hub looks at the different ways that you can decorate and dress your windows. Windows can be a key feature in a room and should not be overlooked when decorating!
This hub looks at one of the most recent developments in the video games industry: cloud gaming. It examines the benefits and drawbacks and the newest developments in the cloud gaming arena.
In order to achieve high levels of uptime & minimise data loss & equipment failures many data centres will use different forms of redundancy. This hub looks at what redundancy is & how it can be used.
A brief look at the origins of the London Stock Exchange and how it became the integral financial institution it is today.
It can be difficult to know what falls under the term 'medical negligence', this hub looks at what medical negligence actually is and what constitutes as negligence.
A look at some of London's most unique venues. These eight venues all offer something a bit different for events and parties.
A look at some of the useful apps on offer that can help you make positive changes to your lifestyle and can make staying healthy easier.
This article looks at energy law - what it is, what it involves and how it differs to environmental law. Energy is an important part of society and it is important that it is regulated correctly.
The world of website content management can be difficult to understand, especially for beginners. Here are 25 terms that can be useful to know when you are just starting out.
This hub looks at the history of immigration to Great Britain and how it has changed over the 20th century. It also looks at the regulations and restrictions that were introduced throughout the century and what impact they had.
This hub looks at the ways that you can use internet banking and stay safe. It covers the things you need to look out for while online banking and some guidelines to follow. As more and more people are utilising the internet to manage their money, it is becoming more and more important to keep your...
The future of charitable organisations is changing and, as some reports have shown, not necessarily for the better. In this rather uncertain economic climate it is not really surprising that as people have reduced their spending they have also...
A guide to some of Hampshire's attractions and museums. Hampshire is a county on the south coast of England and has a great deal of history.
An overview of the history of one of London's famous Royal Parks, Regent's Park. Regent's Park has a long and varied history that stretches back hundreds of years.
2013 will be the year that the cloud extends its reach; that it will solidify its presence in business and will reach a much wider general audience. Here are some of the most popular predictions, among bloggers, experts and commentators, about how the cloud will change and evolve in 2013.
Since the energy-efficient spotlight fell on the data centre industry, much more focus has been put on improving the green credentials of data centres and their environmental impact. So what can data centres do to become ‘greener’?
Whether you are buying or selling, moving house can be a stressful time and it is highly important that you find the right estate agent. This article talks about six important questions you should ask a potential estate agent.
A VPN, can be a very useful tool. Due to heightened awareness about the need to keep personal information and data safe online, their popularity has increased exponentially in the past few years.
In the current economic environment it is vitally important that you know how to get the most from your savings and that you fully understand what options are available to you and your family. There has been some confusion surrounding the Junior ISA, which was introduced just over a year ago, and...