5th January 2022
When you’re running a small business, you’ve got enough on your plate without having to try to wrap your head around all the latest tech buzzwords and jargon that may or may not be relevant for your business.
That’s why from the very ...
15th December 2021
With Christmas fast approaching we thought we’d get into the holiday spirit with a little parody of Clement Clarke Moore’s classic poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. We hope you enjoy.
The run up to Christmas
1st December 2021
Three steps to realising London small businesses full potential
Every small business has constraints that prevent it from reaching its full potential — a weakness (or weaknesses) that limit its performance and output.
It’s nothing ...
12th November 2021
“Now is the winter of our discontent, made glorious summer by this sun of York”
Shakespeare's Richard III, 1594.
Summer is over. Autumn is here. The days are getting shorter. The nights are getting wetter, colder, a...
9th November 2021
At Techsolve, we pride ourselves on being vehemently against technical jargon. Jargon does nobody any favours — it alienates, confuses and bores anybody who doesn’t work in technology. And we don’t like that.
When it comes to telephon...
22nd October 2021
Commercial property company Metrus is one of London’s leading independent property advisors. “Comprehensive expertise. Tailored service. Exceptional market insight.” That’s the company’s strapline. Clearly each one of those statements co...
21st October 2021
It’s October. Where did summer go? We’re heading rapidly into that period of headaches and fatigue, better known as flu season. But it turns out many small business owners are already experiencing their own form of all year-round cyber f...
7th October 2021
For years, location, location, location has been a mantra of commercial property. It’s become one, if not the, biggest factor by which a property’s value is determined.
Here at Techsolve we think it’s time for a reality check.
27th September 2021
The tech world is famous for some of the predictions it has got wrong.
Back in 1981, Bill Gates, CEO of Microsoft said: “No-one will ever need more than 637KB of memory in a computer. 640KB ought to be enough for anybody.”
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