After three years (almost to the day) with the ever-growing FrogTrade, I took the decision to say farewell at the beginning of 2013. When a chance to work with the excellent Groupcall arose, I jumped at the opportunity. It wasn’t without some hesitation as I have worked with some fantastic people and it’s always hard to say goodbye. However, I also knew a few of my soon-to-be colleagues from previous roles in other organisations, as well as having a professional relationship with Groupcall as a company for many years, so I felt I had a good understanding of the ethos of the business, which would make it a natural progression and a good fit for me personally. Continue reading →
BETT 2013 brings a lot of changes, none more so than for Frog. With a new-look stand and a preview of the upcoming new Frog platform (currently referred to as Frog OS), we’ll also be showcasing our brand-new Windows 8 App, created in partnership with Microsoft, following the recent launch of Windows 8.
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Frog is running a fantastic competition for the BETT 2013 Show to highlight just a few of our partners who are also exhibiting, with some great prizes on offer. It’s a great way of visiting a range of exhibitors while also increasing the value from your time at the show by seeing and speaking to some exhibitors you may not have had the chance to otherwise. Continue reading →
As promised, here’s another info-graphic post made possible by the people over at HackCollege.com.
This one does what it says on the tin. How to get the best out of a Google search. It’s written for students, but is equally useful for anyone. To the uninitiated, you might ask ‘what else is there to know?’. Well, simply throwing in a few keywords isn’t always going to serve up the best results. So here’s how to milk the best out of the venerable search engine along with a few general research tips. Continue reading →