Back in April Gordon flew off to Silicon Valley to engage with some of the top tech companies in the world today. Here's the story.
EIE is Scotland´s premier technology investor showcase. The annual EIE conference features Scotland´s most promising high growth companies from the life sciences, ICT and energy sectors.
Exmos was lucky enough to be shortlisted for an award at the Digital Technology awards - here's what happened...
Presenting at Scottish Business Network & the future of manufacturing.
SentiLAN™ is capable of many things, and automatically monitoring Datto is one of them.
The transformative opportunities for industry are already here. Are you going to be an early adopter or lag behind the competition?
Last week Microsoft announced its 3 new UK Data Centres were up and running, but what does that mean for UK business?
Our take on the importance of physically picking up the phone and talking.
900m Androids possess a flaw which could allow hackers full access to your device and its data. What steps can you take to stay safe?
It's good to talk - even better to listen!
Sometimes all you need is a Smart-UPS and some out of the box thinking.
What happens to your online accounts when you die?
If you're going to use a website, understand their Ts & Cs first.
Why hard-coding IoT devices to cloud providers is a bad idea
Why your home could be the hospital of the future
It's time to stop pointing fingers and take some ownership of Internet security.
How to spot if your cool cat's really a catfish
Appreciating what's right on our doorstep
How can a company run processes that ultimately fail their customers?
How a French airport recently ground to a halt because of old technology
Were you ready for Abigail and Barney?
Our customers' feedback is making a difference where it really matters - to those in need
Talk Talk website attack - scam-busting tips
Kirsty McIntosh is blown away by incredible people and the beating of her own heart...
Gordon Coulter ponders the size of things to come. And it's still only 6.00am...
Is bringing your own device to work a workable idea? Or strictly for out-of-office hours?