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itsmydesktop features on BBC Radio Scotland (09 Jun 2011)

Alchemy Plus Chief Technology Officer, David Massey, has been interviewed by the BBC's Business Scotland programme. 


Microsoft: 56% cent of flexible workers believe they work more productively away from the office (09 Jun 2011)
In addition, 73% of staff in Europe want to work more flexibly according to a recent study commissioned by Microsoft and carried out by Vanson Bourne.

Next Generation Broadband Set for the Highlands and Islands (09 Jun 2011)
HIE is taking the first steps towards implementing a transformational project which will deliver access to superfast broadband for homes and businesses across the Highlands and Islands over the next few years. 

Alchemy Plus presents at Scottish Technology Showcase (06 Jun 2011)

Alchemy Plus Chief Technology Officer, David Massey presented “Participating in the Digital Economy in the Highlands and Islands” at the Scottish Technology Showcase on the 7th June.


Business Leaders Hear How Highlands-based IT Innovation Can Boost Growth (26 May 2011)

Business leaders and entrepreneurs from across the Highlands saw the unveiling of an IT innovation set to significantly boost business and economic growth in the region.


Alchemy Plus Partnerships: HighNet Telecoms (19 May 2011)
Alchemy Plus Extend Their SLA Through Partnership with HighNet Telecoms

itsmydesktop service just keeps getting better and better (09 Dec 2010)
Because of the fantastic benefits available to our customers, itsmydesktop is becoming so popular that we’ve added two brand new high capacity servers to respond to increasing demand.

It's "Snow" Joke! (06 Dec 2010)

Adverse weather conditions account for millions of pounds worth of lost productivity every year, that’s no joke when your business is directly affected by your staff being unable to get to work.


Highlands & Islands to Pilot Super Fast Broadband (20 Oct 2010)

£530m to be invested in UK broadband infrastructure over next four years, Highlands & Islands identified as pilot area.


Cloud Computing to overtake on-premise networks within five years, experts say (19 Oct 2010)
IBM Survey Shows  IT Professionals Predicting Mobile and Cloud Technologies Dominating Enterprise Computing By 2015


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