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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
  • Money Back Guarantee
  • Possible Duration: 2 days
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Business Website Simple Package -
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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  • Possible Duration: 6 days
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E-Commerce Website Simple Package -
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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  • Submission to free search engines
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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)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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  • Possible Duration: 3 weeks
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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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    The Internet is playing an important role in communications in Nepal after a devastating earthquake, as phone links were choked by the large number of people trying to connect.

    Internet service was disrupted after the earthquake hit near the capital city of Kathmandu on Saturday and cloud services provider Akamai said its traffic to the country saw a steep decline just after 6:00 UTC.

    Nepal Telecom survived the earthquake while smaller Internet service providers experienced outages, Internet performance monitoring company Dyn said. It had earlier reported that the earthquake had rattled the Internet in the country.

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  • Surface books third straight quarter in the black

    Microsoft on Thursday reported the third-consecutive quarter of gross profit for its Surface tablet line, with revenue up 44% compared to the same period the year before.

    For the three months ending March 31, Microsoft recorded $713 million in revenue for the Surface line. That's a significant increase over the $494 million for the same quarter in 2014, but down 35% from the December 2014 quarter's record $1.1 billion in holiday season sales.

    The vast bulk of first-quarter revenue was from the Surface Pro 3, as the Surface 2 -- the tablet powered by the now-abandoned Windows RT -- was withdrawn part-way through the quarter; sales of the latter's replacement, dubbed Surface 3, won't start until next month.

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  • The 23 top Apple Watch apps you should get

    After a long wait since its introduction last fall -- including eight months and two events -- the Apple Watch is finally reaching customers. Some who managed to order at midnight PT on April 10 are getting their watches now; others who ordered a few minutes later will have to wait until mid-May. That's how quickly the Watch sold out. (I'm somewhere in between; my order went in quickly enough to be in the first batch sold, but I haven't yet received my Watch. At least I can read over the newly posted Apple Watch User Guide while I wait.)

    I've been combing through the Apple Watch app store's 3,000+ entries to figure out which apps I want (and which ones other Watch wearers might need). To explore the App Store, you need to first download the Apple Watch app to your iPhone -- it's the same app you'll use to pair the Watch up with your phone. Then you can search for apps just as you do on the desktop or an iDevice.

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  • Facebook's aerial photo highlights confusion over drone regulations

    When Facebook expanded into a new campus in late March, the company released a stunning aerial photo of the site captured from a drone. In taking the picture, Facebook almost certainly broke two federal regulations governing drone use.

    The social network isn't alone in its carelessness. Drone use has taken off quickly among both businesses and individuals, and many people -- even sophisticated technology companies -- apparently are not fully aware of the rules.

    The Facebook image was captured by a DJI drone at what appears to be several hundred feet above a corner of its new campus in Menlo Park, California. The building sits about two miles from Palo Alto Airport -- easily within the five-mile zone in which drone operators must obtain permission from an airport before conducting a flight.

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  • Italian eyewear maker helps design new version of Google Glass

    Luxottica, the Italian eyewear maker that owns Ray-Ban and Oakley, is working with Google to design a new version of Glass, its CEO said Friday.

    The disclosure is a further indication that Google Glass, which is still being sold to business, will be revived at some point as a product for consumers.

    Luxottica is working with Google on a second version of Glass, and the online giant is also rethinking how a future model might look, Massimo Vian, one of Luxottica's two CEOs, told shareholders in Milan.

    "In Google, there are some second thoughts on how to interpret version 3 [of the eyewear]. What you saw was version 1. We're now working on version 2, which is in preparation," Vian said, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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  • Labor Department says it can't investigate So Cal Edison's H-1B use

    A request by 10 U.S. senators to investigate H-1B visa use at Southern California Edison (SCE) and other companies is meeting resistance at the U.S. Department of Labor.

    The DOL is telling lawmakers that it can't initiate an investigation in the absence of a complaint by an employee. The department also seems to be suggesting, in a letter to lawmakers, that an investigation may be fruitless because it is legal to replace U.S. workers with H-1B workers.

    The DOL "lacks a basis to initiate an investigation," wrote M. Patricia Smith, the solicitor of labor for the department, in a letter to U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), one of the 10 senators who requested an investigation of SCE and reports of other displacements of U.S. workers as well. The department's Wage and Hour Division "has not received a complaint from an aggrieved party or a credible source," she wrote.

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  • Project Fi will help Google amass even more data about you
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  • KC's smart city 'Goldilocks' project bounds ahead

    The largest smart city project in North America is moving closer to reality in Kansas City, Mo., mainly along a 2.2-mile streetcar line under construction through the downtown.

    The Kansas City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to direct its city manager to finalize a contract with Cisco and its partners to provide an array of video sensors, free public Wi-Fi, 25 interactive digital community information kiosks, smart lighting and other elements.

    The city is expected to invest $3.7 million and Cisco and partners another $12 million over the next 10 years, according to the approved city ordinance and other documents.

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  • BrandPost: Servers Need Storage Endurance

    We’ve been talking about deploying solid-state drives (SSDs) in the data center for years now, but it’s never been a more exciting time to talk data center storage. Modern enterprise tools, including cloud, big data, the Internet of Things, and software-defined infrastructures are opening up new opportunities and amazing new ways of doing business that we’ve never imagined before.

     Seems too good to be true, right? Well, yes and no. These new tools demand serious storage performance, and they’re putting the squeeze on existing spinning disk storage methods. The hard drive has become a huge bottleneck in terms of being able to leverage these great new technologies, but there is a solution at hand and, as we mentioned above, we’ve been talking about it for years. The timing is just right for SSDs to make their heyday in the data center.

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  • Apple Watch construction makes internal upgrades unlikely

    The construction of the Apple Watch will make in-place upgrades extremely difficult if not impossible, an electronics repair firm said today.

    "Despite rumors (and hopes) of an upgradable product, the difficulty of removing the S1 alone casts serious doubt on the idea of simply swapping out the internals," said iFixit, the San Luis Obispo, Calif.-based repair and do-it-yourself (DIY) outfit.

    The rumors iFixit referenced had been primarily concerned with the more expensive Watch collections, especially the starts-at-$10,000 18-karat Edition. Because technology improves dramatically, some speculators believed that Apple might make internal-only replacements possible as next-generation wearables appear.

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  • The Apple Watch troubleshooting guide

    Just got your hands on an Apple Watch? Congratulations, you’re in the vanguard of digital transformation as computing becomes wearable and those apps define new space in the world. However, if you’ve hit a problem with your new wearable, here’s what to do....

    Don’t panic

    There’s no need to panic. Most everything you need to know about how to use your Apple Watch is available here, here or as an iBook you can download right here.

    Restart, Force Restart, Reset

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  • Red Hat broadens programming language support

    Potentially making work easier for system administrators, Red Hat has updated its development packages to support running multiple versions of the same programming language on its flagship enterprise operating system, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).

    Red Hat has released updates to two of its packages of third-party open source software for running programs on RHEL, Red Hat Developer Toolset and Red Hat Software Collections. Red Hat Developer Toolset is a package of compliers and related tools for the C and C++ programming languages. Red Hat Software Collections assembles a set of tools, languages and databases for building Web applications.

    Both packages provide a way to update the development tools in between major updates of RHEL, which typically are released every two to three years. These software packages are updated more frequently, allowing users to get more timely releases of third-party software packages while still getting the full support from Red Hat.

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  • Dell takes on Cisco and Juniper with 100G data center switch

    Dell this week extended its arsenal of data center Ethernet switches, highlighted by a 100G device with ports dividable into 25G and 50G channels.

    25G and 50G Ethernet are becoming popular options for data centers looking to fill the bandwidth gap between 10G and 40G for server-to-top-of-rack switch connectivity. Products supporting 25G/50G are intended to scale network bandwidth to cloud server and storage endpoints, where workloads are expected to surpass the capacity of 10G/40G Ethernet links deployed today.

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  • Best practices for cloud spring cleaning

    Even the cloud needs spring cleaning. And the cleanup isn’t the refactoring and data quality work that you already know about. Those “big animals” are hard to miss, and now we need to pay attention to the mites and dust-bunnies that we noticed only when they become overwhelming.

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  • With ransomware on the rise, cryptographers take it personally

    Some of the world's leading cryptographers are concerned about the increasing number of malicious programs that hold computers and mobile phones ransom, in many cases by abusing the encryption algorithms they designed.

    Despite law enforcement efforts to disrupt ransomware operations, the prevalence of such programs continued to grow last year, according to a report published Thursday by antivirus vendor F-Secure.

    A family of ransomware programs known as Browlock, which impersonates police agencies and asks users to pay fictitious fines in order to regain control of their computers, was one of the top 10 PC threats during the second half of 2014, according to F-Secure's statistics. An increase was also observed among the ransomware threats for Android phones.

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  • EMC Syncplicity lets enterprises manage their own encryption keys

    Some enterprises that are happy to put their data in a public cloud prefer to keep the keys to that data under their own control. That's the message some online file sync and sharing services are sending lately.

    On Wednesday, EMC's Syncplicity division announced Customer Managed Keys, a feature that lets enterprises store the encryption keys for their Syncplicity shared data on a rights management server on their own premises. It's a new option in addition to having the keys stored in Syncplicity's cloud.

    The announcement came just a couple of months after rival Box released its own private key-management feature into beta testing. That system, called EKM (Enterprise Key Management), may become generally available on Wednesday at the Box Dev conference in San Francisco. EKM likewise was added as an alternative to keeping keys in the vendor's cloud.

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  • Comcast's $45 billion Time Warner Cable acquisition is officially dead
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  • Comcast's $45B Time Warner Cable deal is dead

    Comcast is officially walking away from plans to acquire Time Warner Cable, after regulators signaled their displeasure with the deal.

    “Today, we move on,” Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts said in a statement. “Of course, we would have liked to bring our great products to new cities, but we structured this deal so that if the government didn’t agree, we could walk away.”

    The deal almost seemed like a foregone conclusion when Comcast announced its $45.2 billion Time Warner Cable acquisition plan last year. As Bloomberg notes, the cable giant spends more money on lobbying in Washington than any other company, and dumped $17 million into its lobbying efforts in 2014 alone.

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  • Microsoft's Q3 results: Ups, downs (printed on tea leaves?)

    Microsoft's Q3 financial results were officially reported yesterday. And as always, to mark the occasion, bloggers put on their analyst/numerologist hats and go by the numbers. Bloggers share the official profit and loss statements, adding a few statements of their own: Observations, opinions, and predictions of Microsoft's future.

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers see both sides of Microsoft's coin.

    Today's humble blogwatcher is .


    Some things go better-than-expected for James Niccolai:

    Microsoft has reported better-than-expected financial results for the quarter just ended, helped by strong sales of cloud services like Office 365 and Azure.

    [Results] were hurt by the weak PC market, however, with sales of Microsoft's Windows and Office software both declining.  MORE


    Matt Krantz compares Google to Microsoft:

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  • Project Fi's winners and losers

    Project Fi, Google's Wi-Fi and cellular network service announced Wednesday, can variously be described as low-cost, disruptive, cutting edge, tantalizing, confusing, even awesome.

    Google is offering the lowest entry-level wireless price plan in the U.S. at $30 a month. That sum includes $20 for talk, text, Wi-Fi tethering and international coverage in 120 countries plus $10 for 1 GB of data. The plan adds $10 a month for each additional 1 GB of data thereafter. Google is partnering with Sprint and T-Mobile for the cellular service.

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  • Another satisfied user!

    This company prides itself on staying sharp when it comes to technology -- with full staffing for IT, continuing education and plenty of attention paid to users' complaints, reports a pilot fish on the scene.

    "If there's an issue, we tend to move and solve it quickly," fish says.

    "There had been the usual grumblings about the fax machines. One was that faxes did not go through. Upon further investigation, most of the time this was because users didn't key the number in correctly -- not that a user would blame the equipment for their issue, of course."

    Still, the easiest way to deal with the problem is to cut fat-fingered fax dialing out of the loop by implementing computer-based faxing. Fish's team researches efax systems, does the due diligence on six vendors, picks one and signs the contract.

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  • SAP patches ASE database login flaw

    SAP patched a flaw on Thursday that could allow an attacker to take complete control over a database, according to security vendor Trustwave.

    The flaw (CVE-2014-6284) affects SAP's Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE), a relational database for Unix, Linux and Windows systems, designed for high volumes of data-rich transactions. Vulnerable versions are 12.5, 15, 15.5, 15.7 and 16.

    TrustWave's Martin Rakhmanov, a senior security researcher, found an error in the challenge and response mechanism used to access ASE. The account access gained is not a privileged account, but TrustWave said other flaws allow the privileges to be escalated to that of a database administrator.

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  • Update: Credit card terminals have used same password since 1990s

    While retailers battle breaches that have resulted in tens of millions of credit card numbers stolen, word comes from the RSA Conference in San Francisco that a major vendor of payment terminals has been shipping devices for over two decades with the same default password.

    The vendor wasn't named by the researchers, David Byrne and Charles Henderson, but they did disclose the password: 166816.

    A Google search reveals that's the default password for several models of credit card terminal sold by Verifone, a Silicon Valley-based vendor that says it connects 27 million payment devices and has operations in 150 countries.

    In a statement on Thursday, Verifone acknowledged that all its devices in the field came with the same default password, which the company said was Z66831. Over the years, the password has become known and can be found on the Internet along with instructions for programming terminals, Verifone said.

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  • Amazon says its cloud is 'a $5 billion business'

    Amazon has finally shared some numbers about its cloud business, and not surprisingly, they show that it's thriving and profitable.

    Amazon Web Services brought in $1.566 billion in net sales for Amazon's first quarter, it said Thursday, up 49 percent from $1.05 billion that AWS generated the same time a year ago. For the quarter, AWS netted a profit of $265 million, up from $245 million a year ago.

    AWS is a $5 billion business "and still growing fast -- in fact it's accelerating," Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was quoted as saying in a press release. He also called the group an "example of how we approach ideas and risk-taking at Amazon."

    AWS now generates nearly 7 percent of Amazon's total revenue. Overall, Amazon's net sales for the quarter, which ended March 31, totaled $22.7 billion, up 15 percent from the $19.7 billion collected in the same period a year earlier. The company posted a net loss of $57 million in this first quarter, down from the $108 million it lost in last year's first quarter.

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  • Google sales hit a speed bump in Q1

    Google's sales rose 12 percent during the first quarter, the slowest rate of revenue growth since 2013, while the amount it charges for ad clicks continued to drop.

    Total sales for the period ending March 31 came in at US$17.3 billion, missing consensus expectations of $17.5 billion from analysts polled by Thomson Financial Network.

    After subtracting traffic acquisition costs, the portion of revenue paid to partners that distribute its ads, Google's sales were $13.9 billion, the company reported Thursday.

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  • Microsoft's Q3 results get a lift from Office 365 and Azure

    Microsoft has reported better-than-expected financial results for the quarter just ended, helped by strong sales of cloud services like Office 365 and Azure.

    Commercial cloud revenue more than doubled from a year earlier, the company announced Thursday, and online services like Bing and Xbox Live performed well.

    The results were hurt by the weak PC market, however, with sales of Microsoft's Windows and Office software both declining. That meant that while sales were strong, profits declined from last year.

    In a statement, CEO Satya Nadella talked of "incredible growth across our cloud services."

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  • Median age at Google is 29, says age discrimination lawsuit

    The typical employee at Google is relatively young, according to a lawsuit brought by an older programmer who is alleging age discrimination.

    Robert Heath, a software engineer, was 60 when he applied in 2011 for a job at a rapidly growing Google. He wasn't hired despite having "highly-pertinent qualifications and experience," and being deemed by a Google recruiter as a "great candidate," according to Heath's lawsuit. The complaint was filed in U.S. district court in San Jose, California.

    In a statement, Google's response to the lawsuit was: "We believe that the facts will show that this case is without merit and we intend to defend ourselves vigorously."

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