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13 November 2018
How can we save the internet?

By Simon Broderick, Consultant

The internet was created for everyone, but now it teeters on the edge of being lost to the tech giants. We have to act before it's too late. 

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8 November 2018
Does Facebook's new hardware pose a cybersecurity threat?

After launching a contender to Amazon's Alexa and Google's Home Assistant, we look at whether or not you should let Facebook into your home.

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6 November 2018
Google at 20: Looking back through the years

How did Sergey Brin and Larry Page take their tech start-up from a California garage to dominating the world stage in two decades?

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31 October 2018
Homegrown tech: The Bristol-based initiatives solving everyday problems

By Dean Simonini, Consultant

Our city has a rich history of creative problem solving, and these local projects are keeping it alive.

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24 October 2018
AI will create millions of jobs, but who will be qualified for them?

By Sean Harkness, Consultant

A look at how are artificial intelligence will shape the future of the workforce.

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22 October 2018
Introducing a new kind of MPS

By Darren Chapman, Director

Our MPS offering might be a little different to what you're used to.

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19 October 2018
Why almost everyone would benefit from a Digital Commonwealth

Our own data is benefitting big companies, but not ourselves. A digital commonwealth could allow us to regain control, but would it be in everyone's best interest?

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18 October 2018
Developers: do you know which programming languages pay the best?

By Matthew Daniells, Consultant

With the list of programming languages seemingly endless, we look at which ones are in the highest demand and which will earn you the most money.

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25 September 2018
Should you say no to the cloud?

In a world where seemingly everyone is rushing towards cloud-based solutions, we explore the benefits of an internal server for small businesses.

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17 September 2018
Know your rights: The questions you should never have to answer at an interview

Learn how to side step the questions recruiters have no right to ask you.

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11 September 2018
Good grades can open doors, but it’s soft skills that will determine your success in the tech industry

Why businesses like Google are looking beyond a candidate's exam results

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24 August 2018
Tough Mudder: Why did RedRock participate, and for what cause?

On the 18th of August, 15 members of the RedRock team participated in the Tough Mudder in order to raise money for the Grand Appeal, here's why:

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23 August 2018
The Bristol Bears sponsorship, here's why we think it's important:

We've recently partnered with the Bristol Bears and here's why:

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15 August 2018
What are the key trends in the tech sector, and what do they mean for candidates looking for a new role?

These are the key trends in the tech sector and here's what they mean for candidates looking for a new role:

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12 July 2018
Digital Transformation: does the buzzword live up to the hype?

Digital transformation is a topic at the forefront of the national conversation. We’re seeing huge potential for businesses to integrate ‘digital’ in their organisations and create a range of new efficiency gains from the project.  

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02 July 2018
Which skills are the most in demand from IT employers today?

Candidates working in IT today are enjoying larger pay packets, a more flexible ability to choose the projects they take on, and more career prospects than at any point in history.

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02 July 2018
What are the biggest challenges IT employers face in hiring top talent?

There are currently two trains of thought around the skills shortage: the first is that there are simply too few talented individuals with the right skillsets to fill the roles available. The second is that these individuals do exist, but employers are, quite simply, not willing to pay top dollar to attract these candidates to their business.

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20 June 2018
UX in the southwest - how to identify and hire good candidates

Design is everywhere – from the website a company uses, all the way through to their sales pipeline, the delivery of the end-product and the customer service strategy that ties it all together. It’s what we call UX – user experience.

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19 April 2018
Nick's Story

From Junior Consultant to Business Development Manager

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05 July 2017
Through the looking glass: Transparency stems from effective communication

Society is changing. From London, Edinburgh and Brussels to Washington and across the Middle East, there’s a seismic shift in the balance of power. From the Arab Spring at the start of the decade to Kensington and Chelsea this Summer, people all over the World have been rising up and speaking out against the establishment, making their feelings felt and trying to bring about change.

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23 June 2017
a fit organisation never reaches the finishing line

It’s tempting to approach transformation as a win or lose situation: a goal to be scored, a finishing post to reach as fast as possible, an accolade to be won. Indeed, many senior people are judged on, and remunerated on, their ability to achieve such...

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