Five simple ways virtual reality can transform your business

Virtual reality technology has evolved to the point where users can immerse themselves in an environment that looks and feels like the real world. When skydiving through a VR headset, your body reacts as if you’re falling from a plane. VR is becoming more affordable and accessible for companies and has multiple business applications. In...

Cloud tech firm achieves business success across the pond

Cloud technology firm Object Matrix has secured around £1 million worth of new business in the Americas. The Cardiff-based firm, which provides hybrid cloud and object storage achieve solutions, has signed deals with a major American news network and the owners of Madison Square Garden. Its integrated private and hybrid cloud platforms are being used...

New app wants to tackle UK high street crisis

An app that’s been designed to give a new lease of life to Britain’s dying high streets has launched after raising £200,000 from the Development Bank of Wales. The app, which provides high-street businesses with the digital tools to help them take on major retail chains, is being tested on Cowbridge high street. It gives...

Newport IT firm donates bespoke computers to charity

A technology company based in Newport has donated six computers designed to help people with learning difficulties to a local charity. A2Z Computing is the creator of a hybrid PC called the Fizzbook Duo, which functions as both a tablet and laptop in the education sector. It’s widely used in special needs schools. Based near...

Serious gender gap in Welsh technology events, shows research

Just 16 per cent of speakers at tech-focus events in Wales last year happened to be women, according to a recently published study. Compiled by Steve Morgan from Tech Events Wales, the research analysed 136 technology events and found that there were only 28 female speakers. Meanwhile, 145 of them were male. Steve, whose website...

Entertainment industry must tackle digital piracy before it’s too late, urges Welsh expert

Entertainment companies must tackle digital piracy before it’s too late or face losing billions annually, a Cardiff-based cyber crime expert has warned. Luke Heydenrych, an anti-piracy expert at CJCH Consulting, has urged TV and film firms to “fight for their rights” and act quickly to safeguard their futures. Just over a week ago, it a Hong...

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