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Anna Hamilton-Gunn
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Interests: digital marketing, web dev, automation, process, design. Loves windmills, hates prime numbers.
Interests: digital marketing, web dev, automation, process, design. Loves windmills, hates prime numbers.

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A really useful and indepth guide to researching, building and testing your own unique marketing plan.

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I'm not sure about the quantum mechanics - but cats AND technology?!? It's a must read for me!
Who doesn't love a good old cat related post on social media?? But wait... this one is actually serious. Yes, VERY serious - and if you're suffering pre-Christmas brain fugg then we suggest you bookmark it to read (and watch) at a later date.
Actually it's all about quantum mechanics... yes, really. Not perhaps the most common of general conversational topics - but... this is really very interesting. Plus the article is testing a whole new interactive video experience from the BBC.
So whether you are a cat fan, a super brainy geek or just someone interested in technology in general - this read has something for everyone.
Thank you - our job is done...

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If you run a business or work in IT - then you really should read this!
ALL BUSINESSES are under increasing threat of cyber attacks – not just the big ones!
In this article Rod Beckstrom, for BizTech Magazine, talks about the case for a global strategy on increasing cyber security. He highlights a report from the World Economic Forum which advocates the need for an “act locally, think globally” mind-set; whereby, with each organisation taking responsibility for their own IT security, many small actions will bring about one big change.
The article goes on to list the roles and responsibilities that managers and business owners – or their appointed IT provider, in the case of smaller businesses that cannot afford their own fully staffed IT  department – should address at executive level, and filter down to their workforce.
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