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Welcome to the GOX blog. We started writing on this back in 2008 and have persevered through the years. We regularly comment on technology, outsourcing, cloud solutions, project management and sometimes we just write about something personal.
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-The GOX Team
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Smartphone Positives vs negatives
Mobile smartphones have certainly had a significant impact on people’s lives. They have revolutionized the way we communicate and access information, and have made many
Quantum computing and how will it help business
Quantum computing is a type of computing that uses the principles of quantum mechanics to perform calculations. Unlike classical computing, which operates on bits that
IT Cost Optimisation in Higher Education
At GOX we recently completed an IT/Cloud assessment at a leading higher education institution. One of the main challenges was all the old legacy systems
Commercial Application There has been much hype about Chat GPT and Wall E, the most common contestants in the Generative AI space. Whilst many applications
Weaknesses of AI
I asked the question to chatGPT. 1. Limited Understanding: Artificial intelligence is programmed to understand things within its programming parameters, but it lacks the innate
Digital Twins in the SME
Twinning in the Mid-Market The concept of digital twinning first arose almost 30 years ago. It was applied to Product Life Cycle Management by Dr
IR35 Abolished?…. Don’t rush to make changes
When the government announced the mini-budget there were a few celebrations and several groups feeling like they could get no satisfaction like the Rolling Stones
Better work life balance….where to live?
The pandemic has really brought a new perspective to workers desire for a better work-life balance. Many talented employees are being treated like “pop stars”
4 Day Work Week Trial
Back in 2019 I wrote about the experiment Microsoft was doing in Japan where they found by giving burned out employees more time off (4