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Slow & Steady Does Not Win The Race

The Aesop fable of the hare and tortoise reminds us that in our daily lives, rushing from start to finish is not necessarily the best course of action.In business however, being slow out of the blocks can be problematic.

A Matter Of Time – How A Good Time Management System Can Benefit Your Enterprise

“A stitch in time” is a very old adage first appearing in print in 1732 and refers to fixing a tear in a piece of material; acting before the hole got any bigger and required more stitching.

Breaking through the cloudy facts about the Cloud

According to a study by Cisco, by 2015 the Cloud will account for nearly 34% of all data centre traffic in the world. This is no surprise considering that more and more businesses are adopting the Cloud to better their competition

9 Web Site Design Trends You Should Know About

Over the past decade the world has increasingly turned to the Internet as its primary source of information and searchers are accessing this information on an array of devices.

We’ve Got It Covered

Sara Angeles, writing in Business News Daily, outlines ten tech tasks that small businesses should outsource.

Our Business Customers Will Benefit From New Microsoft Technologies

The Web Synergies CEO Mr Gideon Lim and Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing, Mr Prabhu Kumar Gade, have recently returned from the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference(WPC) in Houston Texas.

We’re Excited, And Here’s Why

Staying in a mock medieval French village resort in the cooling Highlands of Malaysia has much to commend it at this time of year. However the purpose of our Vice President Sales & Marketing’s visit to Colmar Tropicale had a far more serious purpose.

India – A Nation of Video Watchers and Bloggers?

Both Anusha Dandekar and the Dalai Lama feature prominently in India’s Google+ rankings. Much as we like the fact that our own Web Synergies Google+ presence also features in the Top 40 of all India Google+ sites

The Internet Map – Are You On It?

Here is an interesting visualisation of the Internet using the 350,000 largest sites on the web at the time of its release. Alexa was the data source, at the conclusion of 2011 so it is a little dated, but of interest nevertheless.

On the Rocks? What a Shipwreck can teach us

The plight of the ill-fated Costa Concordia (pictured) is by now well known. How someone could navigate as 114,000 ton company asset on to the rocks in a sea of calm is quite mind boggling.