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Is Charging The Future Of Online News?

BBC News reports that Johnston Press, one of the UK's largest newspaper companies, is to trial charging for access to online content from six of its titles.
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Hampshire Scoops Multiple Awards For Green Technology

Hampshire County Council has won two separate awards in the last month for its efforts to make its IT more environmentally friendly.
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Why Do Businesses Form Clusters?

Last week's edition of The Bottom Line discussed business clusters, and why businesses tend to bunch up.
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Swindon Becomes First UK Wi-fi Town

Swindon is set to become the first UK town to get free internet access under a public-private partnership brokered by the local council.
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Queen Declares War On Piracy, But Broadband Tax Is Delayed

Wednesday's Queen's Speech saw the Government set out plans to cut off illegal filesharers, but no mention was made of the 6 broadband tax which Stephen Timms, Minister for Digital Britain, had promised would be made law by January.
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OutSMART the competition

The ONLY opportunity a downturn brings is the opportunity to innovate and invest in your own people. Be ready for the recovery and outSMART the competition
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UK Workers Waste 4.6 Million Hours Per Day Commuting

Rail-News.com warns that, according to a new report by Citrix, the British waste 4.6 million hours per day commuting.
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Is There A Future For Landline Telephones?

This BBC News article looks at the future of landline telephones, in light of the rise of mobile phones as the handset of choice for many people.
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Online Retailing Vital For Rural Economy

Online retail is a vital part of the rural economy, with 94% of rural Britains shopping online, and 44% of online retailers based in rural areas.
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Working From Home Need Not Be A Lonely Experience!

This Telegraph article takes a light-hearted look at one of the possible downsides of Smarter Working: the risk of isolation for those who work from home.
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Flexible Working Is Clever Way To Keep Staff Motivated

Bristol 24-7 has an interesting article on Smarter Working written by Kirsten Hemingway, Vice-chair of the Bristol branch of the Institute of Directors.
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Prince Charles Calls For Rural Broadband to be Extended

Prince Charles has called for broadband to be extended across Britain to even the most remote locations as he warns that rural communities will be isolated in 'broadband deserts' unable to access online services which others take for granted.
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Home Working the Challenge for SMEs

Don't bet your business on inadequate 'for the home' Broadband services is the KEY message of this well balanced article sourced from Computing.
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Employee Carbon Rationing Scheme Announced

WSP, the global engineering consultancy, has been conducting a rationing scheme among 80 of its British employees for almost two years. In the first year the overall carbon footprint of participants fell by 10 per cent.
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What Makes Someone Read An Email Newsletter?

Do you send email newsletters? The Nielsen Norman Group have an interesting report on what makes a good email newsletter.
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Digital Economy Can Lift Europe Out Of Crisis, Says Commission Report

56% of Europeans now regularly use the internet, 80% of them via a high-speed connection, making Europe the world leader in broadband internet.
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Consolidating UK Office Space Could Save 25 Million Tonnes of Carbon Per Year

The UK could cut carbon emissions by up to 25 million tonnes per year, according to RNM Systems, a provider of software designed to help firms manage workspaces.
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Hampshire Based Arqiva buys up IPTV business

Arqiva have bought the TV joint venture Kangaroo from the BBC, ITV and C4
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Spotify Close To Securing New Investment

Spotify, the digital music service widely tipped as a potential challenger to the dominance of iTunes, is close to securing new investment from high-profile investors, according to the Financial Times.
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TelecityGroup delivers 33% growth in revenue,

Internet Business continues to grow despite the downturn
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