Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Mobile technology will ‘transform fleets in 2014

Here is a recent article published in Fleet news with content from me
Fleets are expected to take advantage of low-cost mobile technology in an effort to achieve further efficiencies.
That’s the view of Steve Reynolds, managing director of TBS Enterprise Mobility. He told Fleet News: “2014 will be the year of smartphones and tablets for fleet management.

Wednesday, 15 January 2014

Mobile Predictions for 2014

2013 was a bumper year here in the UK for mobile technology. Not just for smartphones, with 61 per cent of adults now owning them, or even tablet computers, which sold close to a staggering 13 million in the UK, but we’ve been a part of a fundamental change – entering a new paradigm in the way that we live, work and play, all because of mobile technology.  

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Workforce Enablement Event for the Oil & Gas Sector

Steve Reynolds, will be speaking at Microsoft’s ‘Driving Workforce Enablement Through IT Innovation Summit’; an exclusive event for the Oil & Gas industry.

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Changing gear with vehicle technology

Google’s driverless car took to the streets of America back in May 2012, first permitted in the state of Nevada, followed by Florida and then California. The UK is following suit, with the Government recently announcing that self-driving vehicles will be tested on public roads later this year. 

Friday, 15 November 2013

Group Hudl

It’s that time of year again - the countdown to Christmas is on for the supermarkets. The big four have started vying for our custom this festive season with deals and offers galore on all manner of goods – from the food variety right through to toys and technology.  And we’re certainly no strangers to supermarkets expanding beyond groceries and provisions, to introduce fashion lines, home ware, white goods and financial services to their stores. But this year, Tesco has become the first supermarket to launch an own-brand tablet computer.