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We are a London based website design and development company.
We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
Our extensive experience expands in areas ranging from logo and web design, email marketing, e-commerce etc...
We believe that every business is unique and has its own specific needs which should be individually addressed. Stop wondering what to do next and let your business dream come true by calling us on +44(0)2033686958. Or simply send us a message by email and one of our consultants will call you back to discuss your needs. Consultation is absolutely free.

Our Services & Prices
Basic Website With Two Pages - £99
  • 2 website Pages
  • 1 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 Domain name
  • 1 year hosting
  • 2 email addresses
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Was £350 Now £297.50
  • Up to 8 website Pages
  • 1 Domain name
  • 2 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses
  • Content Management System
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Was £850 Now £722.50
  • Up to 10 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • logo design
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 250 MB (upgradable)
  • SSL (Shared)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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E-Commerce Website Full Package -
Was £1250 Now £1062.50
  • Up to 20 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • 2 logo design
  • 1,5 year hosting
  • Up to 7 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 500 MB (upgradable)
  • 1 year SSL Certificate (dedicated)
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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  • How hard can it be?

    After three decades as a IT consultant, this pilot leaves his long-time employer to start his own company -- and discovers just what kind of client behavior he's been shielded from for all those years.

    "One of my first clients was a small firm that had one server," says fish. "Everything relied on that server -- and it was geriatric. It also had no support warranty, and the vendor didn't offer renewals on a machine that old.

    "One day, while I was arguing with the primary client contact, an accountant, that even though it still worked, some day it would fail and we'd have a grand time trying to get parts, the predicted failure happened. The motherboard failed totally."

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  • Oxford adds 'ride-share' and 'unboxing' to the dictionary

    Ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft looking to promote the "sharing" aspect of their service have scored a victory of sorts.

    'Ride-share' is now a recognized verb, according to Oxford Dictionaries, which defines it as to "participate in an arrangement in which a passenger travels in a private vehicle driven by its owner, for free or for a fee, especially as arranged by means of a website or app."

    The word was one of hundreds added in the last quarterly update to OxfordDictionaries.com, which is published by Oxford University Press. So take that, critics who insist that Uber and its ilk are technically ride-booking, not ride-sharing, apps.

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  • IBM to pump $4B into cloud, mobile and analytics this year

    IBM will dedicate $4 billion in spending this year to the cloud, analytics and mobile technologies, as it struggles with seismic shifts that are changing the computing landscape it once dominated,

    In return, by 2018 IBM expects to reap a combined $40 billion in annual revenue from the areas in which it's investing, which also include social and security, the company said at an annual meeting on Thursday.

    It could use the growth. IBM's sales declined to about $93 billion last year, from just over $98 billion in 2013, thanks to declines in some of its traditional businesses and the sale of two big hardware divisions to Lenovo and GlobalFoundries.

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  • GOP bill would overturn FCC decision on municipal broadband

    It didn't take long for congressional Republicans to attack the Federal Communications Commission's vote to strike down two state laws that prevent municipal broadband networks from expanding.

    Seven Republican lawmakers introduced a bill on Thursday, just hours after the FCC vote, that would prohibit the agency from preempting state laws that limit municipal broadband networks. The main sponsors of the bill are Representative Marsha Blackburn, of Tennessee, and Senator Thom Tillis, of North Carolina.

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  • Toyota begins production of its first hydrogen fuel cell car

    Toyota this week began production of its first hydrogen fuel cell vehicle (FCV), the Mirai, which will have a starting price of $57,500.

    The sedan, being produced at the Motomachi Plant in Toyota City, Japan, will act much like a gasoline powered car at the fuel pump; drivers can pull up, attach a pressurized hose, and fill it the car's carbon-fiber fuel tanks in about five minutes. It can travel up to 300 miles on a full tank.

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  • Grassley's position on H-1B called ‘protectionist’

    WASHINGTON - India and the tech industry view any type of restrictions on the H-1B visa as "protectionist" -- and so does Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).

    Hatch is leading an effort to raise the base H-1B cap from 65,000 to 195,000 and eliminate the cap on people who earn an advanced degree in a STEM (science, technology, education and math) field. And he has bipartisan support for this effort.

    But Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) won't let any H-1B legislation move forward unless it plugs loopholes that allow the displacement of U.S. workers, and gives hiring preference to them, as well. As the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Grassley is in a key position to shape any immigration legislation and this week vowed not to let H-1B legislation through this committee unless it includes worker protections.

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  • Google shares code to help servers digest HTTP/2

    Potentially offering a boost for web server software worldwide, Google has released as open source a framework for HTTP/2, the newly updated standard for transmitting Web pages and Web applications over the Internet.

    The software, called gRPC, handles remote procedure calls (RPC) between servers and clients, such as browsers or mobile applications. It is based on HTTP/2, which was ratified as a standard earlier this month by the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG).

    "gRPC is based on many years of experience in building distributed systems," wrote Mugur Marculescu, Google product manager, in a blog post announcing the code.

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  • What it means: The FCC's net neutrality vote

    Net neutrality has been debated for a decade, but the Federal Communications Commission's historic vote on Thursday signals only the beginning of further battles and likely lawsuits.

    At issue is how best to keep the Internet open and neutral to all while still giving Internet service providers sufficient incentive to expand their networks to serve more customers and to support an exploding array of data-hungry applications as futuristic as holographic videoconferencing used for home-based medical exams.

    The FCC voted 3-to-2 to create a series of sweeping changes, including three open Internet conduct rules that block broadband providers, both wired and wireless, from blocking or throttling Internet traffic. The rules also ban broadband providers from taking payments to prioritize content and services over their networks.

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  • Apple slates March 9 event, hints at Watch wearable

    Apple today invited reporters and analysts to an event scheduled for March 9, when it will probably talk up the Apple Watch and perhaps unveil other hardware.

    The presentation will be live-streamed.

    The venue, San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, has frequently been used by Apple, most recently for the October 2013 unveiling of the iPad Air. Apple may have chosen Yerba Buena for space reasons, as it seats 755, considerably more than the Cupertino, Calif. company's on-campus theater.

    As is Apple's practice, the invitation teased the presentation with a coy reference, in this case, "Spring forward."

    The phrase tipped the Apple Watch; Sunday, March 8, is the day most of the U.S. changes to Daylight Savings Time. The phrase "Spring forward, Fall back" is an oft-called memory aid for which way to move clocks, watches and other time-keepers when changing from Standard Time to Daylight Savings Time or vice versa.

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  • UK researchers are building robotic pants

    Researchers have been working on developing robotic prosthetics and exoskeletons to help people with disabilities. Now, scientists at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom are working on creating robotic pants.

    Yes, pants.

    The soft robotic clothing has built-in artificial muscles designed to aid older people or people with disabilities, giving them the added strength and balance to prevent falls and let them move around more easily.

    Scientists noted that material also could give users "bionic strength," helping them stand up, climb stairs and walk more steadily. The robotics might be able to replace crutches, stair lifts and possibly even wheelchairs.

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  • Big show: Apple’s March 9 Apple Watch event

    Apple today announced a March 9 special event, widely anticipated to mark the official public launch of the Apple Watch, at least in the U.S.

    Spring into step

    Eagle-eyed Apple Watch-watchers will note the event takes place one day after U.S. Daylight Saving Time begins on March 8, with the verbal clue:

    “Spring Forward. Join us on March 9 at 10 a.m. PDT for our special event. Watch the live video and follow every moment on apple.com/live.”

    The reference to a significant moment about time makes this a pretty definite hint the company intends on letting us know when its much-anticipated smartwatch ships, and perhaps provide a little insight into when it will hit international markets.

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  • Samsung mass produces 128GB smartphone memory with 2X-plus performance

    Samsung is mass producing the industry's first 128GB embedded flash memory based on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard.

    The memory will be targeted for use in next-generation flagship smartphones and will offer 2.7 times the performance of today's embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) flash memory.

    Samsung is touting the new memory's ability to offer smoother ultra-high definition video streaming, more efficient multitasking and reduced power use.

    The UFS 2.0 specification, released in 2013, offers a multi-lane, serial bus versus the single-lane, parallel bus used in today's eMMC flash.

    The UFS 2.0 specification boasts up to 600MBps (megabytes per second) of throughput, but because it can use two serial lanes, it has a total of 1,200MBps, or 12Gbps, Samsung stated. That compares with the eMMC 5.0 spec, which has a 400MBps maximum performance over a single parallel bus.

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  • FCC approves net neutrality rules, reclassifies broadband as utility

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission voted to approve new net neutrality rules by reclassifying broadband as a regulated public utility over the objections of the commission's Republican members and large broadband providers.

    The commission voted 3-2 Thursday to approve net neutrality rules that prohibit broadband providers from selectively blocking or slowing Web traffic and from offering paid traffic prioritization services. The commission's vote on the new rules prompted loud applause from the audience at the FCC meeting.

    The new regulations will almost certainly face a court challenge from broadband providers, and a court case could drag out for years. Verizon Communications, AT&T and Comcast have all opposed reclassification of broadband.

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  • Docker introduces orchestration tools for large-scale deployments

    As adoption of the Docker virtualization container grows, the namesake company behind the open source technology has released three tools for managing large scale deployments.

    Docker Machine, Swarm and Compose are collectively designed to make containers more portable and scalable, so they can be deployed and managed more easily en masse. Machine and Swarm are in a beta stage of development.

    Debuting in 2013, Docker has become popular with developers and organizations, having been downloaded over 100 million times. The software provides a way to package an application along with its dependent libraries so it can be easily and quickly run on any Linux platform. All the major cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, Google, IBM, Joyent, and Microsoft, can host Docker containers.

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  • Box woos financial services firms with a tailored cloud offering

    It was just about two weeks ago that Box set out to remove a major barrier to the cloud for security-minded organizations with its Encryption Key Management capability. Now, it's taken that focus a step further with a full-fledged cloud storage service aimed squarely at financial services firms.

    The aim behind Box's EKM, now in beta, is to give businesses in highly regulated industries such as finance the ability to maintain exclusive control over the digital keys used to encrypt their data.

    Historically, the lack of that kind of control is a big part of what has kept many companies in such industries off the cloud.

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  • FCC votes to overturn state laws limiting municipal broadband plans

    The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has voted to overturn large parts of two state laws that limit local governments from funding and building broadband networks.

    Commissioners, in a 3-2 vote Thursday, moved to preempt laws in North Carolina and Tennessee that limit the expansion of existing municipal broadband networks in the two states.

    The FCC order, coming in response to petitions from a city in each state, does not apply to laws that limit municipal broadband networks in about 20 other states. But the vote signals how the agency may act if it gets similar petitions from cities in other states, FCC officials have said.

    The FCC action will help bring broadband competition to new areas, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said. "You can't say you're for broadband, and then turn around and endorse limits on it," he said. 'You can't say you're for competition, then deny local officials the right to offer competing choices."

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  • Researchers uncover signs of Superfish-style attacks

    Researchers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) yesterday said that they had found evidence that implies attackers have exploited a security vulnerability in the Superfish adware and a slew of other programs.

    Superfish, a company that markets a visual search product, made the news last week when Lenovo was found to have pre-loaded the program on its consumer-grade PCs during a four-month span late last year. Lenovo has acknowledged that Superfish poses a security threat to customers, and has released a tool to eradicate the software.

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  • Yes, Apple does own the mobile enterprise

    Saying that “Apple has an enterprise story” still feels kind of unfamiliar to those who have endured years of pouty-faced critics slamming the company and its products as “toys." But all the data says Apple is grabbing an ever larger slice of one of the most important enterprise tech evolutions, the mobile enterprise.

    Apple everywhere

    The latest Good Technology Mobility Index Report for Q4 2014, published today,  provides ample proof the Apple now has a big enterprise story to tell.

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  • Jive updates deliver boost to enterprise communications

    Communication is a key part of enterprises' interactions both internally and externally, and on Thursday Jive Software announced updated releases for addressing both audiences.

    A new version of the company's Jive-n software for internal communications aims to help organizations improve both companywide and group communications.

    In order to help keep employees informed, for example, the new software offers a revamped home-page with curated news streams that can be tailored by department, office location, specific role or custom profile fields.

    Measures are available to help human-resources or communications leaders track how their messages are received. Also visible is information indicating which readers find an item organically and which receive it through a subscription channel.

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  • MIT researchers building chips to prevent leaky Internet of Things

    MIT researchers this week are demonstrating a design for new radio chips that could be used to efficiently power the Internet of Things.

    The researchers, led by MIT Professor in Electrical Engineering Anantha Chandrakasan, are presenting their work at the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, where the show theme is "Silicon Systems -- Small Chips for Big Data." The MIT paper is titled "A +10dBm 2.4GHz Transmitter with sub-400pW Leakage and 43.7% System Efficiency."

    MORE: Internet of Things to bring new economic boom

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  • Rating the payment options

    Several electronic and mobile payment options have become available, but most of us in the U.S. are still using plain-vanilla credit and debit cards with magnetic stripes. They use technology that dates to the first Nixon administration. That’s not a problem in itself; I have no problem with time-tested security measures that work effectively. But just look around: Data breaches are everywhere, and those magnetic-stripe cards are often implicated.

    Personally, my credit card accounts have been compromised no fewer than three times. Those compromises included fraudulent purchases charged to my account. That experience has made me an early adopter of some of the newer mobile payment options, because I desperately want to use systems that are more secure than the old-fashioned credit cards I keep in my wallet.

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  • Wait, WHAT? HP buying Aruba, say deep-throats

    HP is breaking its moratorium on acquisitions. Super-secret-squirrel rumor-mongers say HP is buying Aruba Networks, a leading Wi-Fi infrastructure outfit.

    CEO Meg Whitman promised recently that the venerable Palo Alto company will start making targeted buys. So this would be one of those, then.

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  • How enterprises can use artificial intelligence

    Enterprise IT shops are finding that artificial intelligence isn't just for robotics anymore.

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  • So. Cal. Edison’s IT layoffs are ‘heartless,’ says Sen. Grassley

    Southern California Edison (SCE) IT workers replaced by H-1B contractors have become the latest Exhibit A in Congress for reformers of the visa program.

    Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who has long advocated for changes to the H-1B program to protect U.S. workers, said the Edison layoffs illustrate how some employers "are potentially using legal avenues to import foreign workers, lay-off qualified Americans, and then export jobs overseas.

    "I was shocked by the heartless manner in which U.S. workers were injured," said Grassley in a Senate floor speech Wednesday.

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  • Salesforce's Desk.com steps up global focus

    Small businesses just starting out may dream of world domination, but that's a difficult goal to achieve if you can't interact with customers in more than one or two languages. Enter Salesforce's Desk.com customer-support app, which just got a hefty boost in the number of languages it can work with.

    Though it originally supported an already respectable 15 languages, Desk.com soon grew to accommodate 30, based on customer requests. On Thursday, it increased that number to a full 53 languages and regional dialects, including Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese, Portuguese and Swahili.

    "Creating a personalized dialogue with the customer has become critical," said Leyla Seka, a senior vice president and general manager of Desk.com. "This makes it easy for the agent to interact in a localized way."

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  • But what if we have another hardware problem?

    This data center pilot fish gets a call at home on the weekend: The mainframe is flashing errors and can't be restarted.

    "I said sure, I would come in," fish reports. "I got dressed, drove downtown and found a garage open on Sunday.

    "I walked into the computer room and looked at the consoles. Sure enough, there were error indicators on them -- hardware errors. I'm not a hardware guy.

    "I suggested that they call the hardware people, as I wouldn't touch the things. The error indicated some sort of wiring or electrical issue, so I notified the shift manager and took off. They finally got hold of the wiring person and he came in to fix it.

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  • EPIC files FTC complaint about Samsung's Smart TV 'surveillance'

    A complaint filed by a privacy group to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission charged that Samsung's Smart TVs intercept and record private communications of consumers in their homes, violating a number of rules including the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.

    The Electronic Privacy Information Center has asked the FTC to investigate and stop the practice by Samsung of collecting private communications and transmitting the recordings to a third party.

    The group, which was involved in FTC privacy cases that led to settlements with Google and Facebook, has also asked the agency to investigate other companies engaged in similar practices as those of Samsung.

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  • Zuckerberg to hold public Facebook Q&A in Barcelona

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is likely to reveal more of the company's plans to bring underserved parts of the world online when he holds Facebook's fourth public Q&A next Wednesday in Barcelona.

    The event will be held 6 p.m. Barcelona time (that's 9 a.m. Pacific time in the U.S.), during the Mobile World Congress tech trade show in the same city. Zuckerberg is set to share updates about Facebook's Internet.org project for connecting more of the world during an appearance at the show on Monday. He may expand on those comments in Wednesday's Q&A.

    In addition to fielding questions from a live audience, Zuckerberg will answer some of the most popular questions posted online. Questions can be submitted online in the lead-up to the event, which will be streamed live.

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  • Sen. Nelson questions use of StingRays for phone surveillance

    A U.S. Senator is questioning why the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved of a controversial cell phone surveillance device that both federal and state law enforcement agencies are using to track suspects, often without court orders to do so.

    The device, called a StingRay, is made by the Florida-based Harris Corp. and is used by a dozen federal agencies, including the FBI, NSA, DEA, the Immigration and Customer Enforcement agency and all branches of the U.S. military, according to the ACLU.

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  • Lenovo website hacked in wake of Superfish debacle

    Lenovo's website appeared to have been hacked Wednesday, possibly in retaliation for a piece of adware it installed on PCs that was found to have opened up a security hole.

    Early Wednesday afternoon Pacific time, some visitors to lenovo.com were greeted what looked like webcam images of a bored teenager sitting in a bedroom, and the song "Breaking Free" from an old Disney movie.

    The source code for the web page includes the line: "The new and improved rebranded Lenovo website featuring Ryan King and Rory Andrew Godfrey," who have reportedly been connected to the hacker group Lizard Squad.

    Soon after, what appeared to be emails between Lenovo and two of its contractors -- an outsourcing company and a public relations firm -- were posted to the Lizard Squad's Twitter feed. One of the emails is about the hack that just occurred.

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