Mindjet, a vendor of mind-mapping and visualisation software, has merged two products in its ‘Connect’ online offering. Mapping tool, Connect Vision and task management application, Connect Action, have been integrated into a single solution to provide a more seamless user interface. The new product will be known simply as Mindjet Connect, which is designed to help team with brainstorms, project planning and mapping/planning actions for those projects. Users can now access the product through a single sign-on whether they are using the desktop, mobile or online version. Users can also now login using Facebook or Google credentials, with other platforms in the pipeline. Related Posts:Sales intelligence tool, OneSource iSell, launched in UK

Surrey based international managed print services provider, Bytes Document Solutions, has been awarded the title of 2011 Partner of the Year, by Nuance – a leading supplier of voice and optical character recognition solutions. The award is judged on the strength of partner’s sales performance and ability to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the company’s products and services in order to offer customers the most appropriate advice. It was awarded by Nuance UK distributor, ProcessFlows. Darren Spence, Managing Director of Bytes Document Solutions, said “This award is credit to the work my online payday loans faxless quick canada team has done over the last couple of years re-engineering our proposition so it’s more relevant and compelling for our customers. ” Bytes[…]

Research carried out by data centre operator, Sentrum, has revealed increasing levels of outsourcing in the data centre market. A survey of 200+ US and UK organisations with 250 or more employees found that 78 percent of participants outsource some or all of their data centre space. The study found that while UK data centre outsourcing levels have fluctuated over recent years, they have now returned to a peak last seen in 2009. Related Posts:No Related Posts

SEO (search engine optimisation) is becoming an increasingly important part of the marketing mix for all businesses. The vast majority of purchasing decisions, consumer and B2B, involve a search engine at some stage of the journey. For businesses to perform well, they need to ensure that their websites appear highly in the search results, not just for their own brand names, but also for electronic cigarette locations to purchase search terms which are relevant to the products and services they offer. The good news is that SEO is not quite the dark art that some people believe. Getting the basics right can be very simple to achieve, and this is 90 per cent of the battle. Yell Marketing has put[…]

Google Places for Business is the search giant’s local directory listing service which makes it easier for consumers to find nearby businesses  – the company claims that the vast online casino online majority of search activity comes from people looking for local content. This infographic from Yell Marketing explains why it’s so important to get your business on Google Places. Related Posts:SEO tips for small business [INFOGRAPHIC]Why UK businesses should export [Infographic]Almost 70 percent of UK business plan to hire social media managers this yearGoogle offers free mobile-commerce tool

Retail giant, Tesco, has deployed Nolio ASAP to manage application release automation across its website  reducing  release time from days to hours. The system will  support Tesco’s deployment automation across its virtualised data centers, to improve the application deployment process for Tesco.com. Related Posts:New reporting and analytics tool for online retailersLifeSynk enables retails to integrate social media with physical storesEPOS Software Leader, Total Retail Control Ltd., Selected as HRVision Distributor for UK & Ireland Retail Solutions MarketWebsite failures could cost UK businesses £37 billion per yearosCommerce review