Business Technology of the Future…

by Paul Kelly in Lunchtime Read, Small Business Tips | posted:

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Technology is evolving all of the time, and there is more around us than ever before. It is a part of most people’s daily lives. As new technology emerges and matures, businesses, big or small, look to see how it can benefit and grow their business. History has seen technology revolutionise industry. From mass production […]

Dyson Airblade V hand dryer: Making a Big Noise About a Quiet Dryer

by Laurence Kellett in Washrooms & Hygiene | posted:

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Creating the perfect hand dryer is anything but a breeze. There are numerous variables and specifications to finesse, coupled with differing consumer preferences. Drying time, energy efficiency, hygiene, durability, noise levels and running costs are all sought after traits in the perfect hand dryer. For a long time, most generic hand dryers have failed to […]

A Quick Guide to Chatbots

by Laurence Kellett in Lunchtime Read | posted:

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This post will offer a quick insight into what the term ‘Chatbots’ describes. Whether you’ve heard of them before and want to know more, or complete curiosity drove you here… let us explain.   What are chatbots? A chatbot is an electronic messaging service that follows a set of rules (sometimes powered by Artificial intelligence) […]

Why Have Attacks on Bin Men Almost Doubled in 3 Years?

by Paul Kelly in Waste Management | posted:

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The number of incidents involving bin men being attacked by the public has almost doubled in 3 years, from 159 in 2013 to 309 so far in 2016. This information was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by the Daily Mail. In this report, a number of specific incidents are detailed, including incidents where […]