Newsletter Aug/Sep 2011 Issue 81

Newsletter Aug/Sep 2011 Issue 81

Following our telecoms acquisition earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the availability of our fully hosted ‘Call Centre in a Box’ solution, otherwise known as CC4WEB.

If you are thinking of upgrading your telephone systems or looking to just cut costs, take a look at our hosted solutions here.

Read the full version of this newsletter here.

I hope you enjoy this update and welcome any feedback you may have.

Kind regards

David Morgan

David Morgan
(Managing Director)

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Essential Tools – Call Centre & Call Handling

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We are pleased to announce the development of our fully hosted ‘Call Centre in a Box’ otherwise known as CC4WEB.

This is a fully hosted solution, eliminating the need for major capital expenditure e.g. No need for expensive hardware and software on site.

As with most of our web development projects, this allows full customisation to cater for your exact needs.

Read more Here

Search Engine News – Top 10 SEO Myths

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Click here for a useful article outlining the top 10 SEO myths


Latest Virus News – Check live virus info here

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Ensure you keep up to speed with the necessary updates right here!

Brought to you in conjunction with Sophos Anti Virus – Click Here for live info on the latest viruses and hoaxes

OS updates can be obtained from Microsoft and affordable Anti Virus and firewall software/hardware is available from various suppliers so there really are no excuses for being caught out.

Read more Here

Fast Fact – Twitter users sending 200 million Tweets per day

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As of June 2011, Twitter users are now sending 200 million Tweets per day. This compares to
2 million tweets a day in January 2009, and 65 million a day one year ago. [Source: Twitter, June 2011]