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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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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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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)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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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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  • Now you can run Windows 10 on an iPad Pro, Android

    Microsoft remains on message with its “Windows everywhere” mantra as Parallels Access today extended Windows 10 virtualization for iOS, both models of iPad Pro and compatible Android devices.

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    On the surface this is a good move for Windows users as it means they can access their legacy applications on their choice of mobile device while they engage in the inevitable process of upgrading their underlying technologies to support the rapidly transforming digital workplace.

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  • ''Delayed'' MacBook Pro 2016 to be thinner (says bored analyst)

    The MacBook Pro 2016 line will be thinner and lighter. Shocking, I know -- but they'll also have Touch ID and a bunch of OLED soft keys, atop the keyboard.

    The bad news: The original plan for Q3 has slipped to Q4. All this comes from our (ahem) "favorite" leaky analyst, KGI's Ming-Chi Kuo. Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment.

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  • The legal mumbo jumbo on popular mobile apps can take over 24 hours to read

    Have you ever been put off by the lengthy “terms and conditions” and privacy policies of mobile apps and other online services?

    The Norwegian Consumer Council also has a grouse against these long and abstruse statements. And to prove its point, the consumer group has downloaded the terms of service and privacy policies for apps found on an “average” mobile phone, and are streaming live as guests read out the documents.

    “Together they exceed the New Testament in length -- and would take more than 24 hours to read out loud,” the group said on its website. They point out that few if any have the time to read when they click ‘ok’ when they sign up to use an app.

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  • Cray wants to light a fire under your big data

    It's no secret that analytics is eating the enterprise world, but if there's anything in perpetually short supply, it's speed. Enter Cray, which on Tuesday unveiled a new supercomputing platform designed with that in mind.

    Dubbed Urika-GX, the new system is the first agile analytics platform to fuse supercomputing with an open, enterprise framework, Cray said.

    Due to be available in the third quarter, Urika-GX promises data scientists new levels of performance and the ability to find insight in massive data sets quickly. The system is tuned for highly iterative and interactive analytics, and integrated graph analytics offers rapid pattern matching.

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  • This site aims to be the Yelp of the SaaS world

    Online reviews have already transformed the way people choose everything from restaurants to respiratory therapists, and now SaasGenius wants to do the same for enterprise software in the cloud.

    This week the company will launch a beta version of its service, and it invites participants to submit reviews of business software in 12 different categories.

    In the past, businesses looking for software relied primarily on word-of-mouth reviews, but SaasGenius aims to tap the model that's become so common on the consumer side.

    “We all now rely heavily on websites like Yelp and TripAdvisor in our personal lives -- these sites feature trusted reviews to help us make quick, easy purchase decisions," said Tom Gorski, cofounder and CEO at the firm. "Even employees in large companies now expect a more customer-like online research and buying experience.”

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  • Facebook denies bias in Trending Topics, but still promises changes

    Facebook on Monday denied any evidence of ‘systematic political bias’ in the selection or prominence of stories included in its Trending Topics feature, but promised changes in its processes in any case to minimize errors of judgment by individuals, who appear to play an important role in selecting the stories.

    The move by the social networking company was outlined in a response to a letter from Senator John Thune, chairman of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee. The letter was sent in the wake of a report in tech blog Gizmodo that cited anonymous sources as saying that Facebook was holding back stories with conservative views from Trending Topics and instead injecting stories that weren’t as popular. The company decided to investigate the matter internally.

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  • Lawsuit seeks the secrets behind the H-1B lottery

    Two business immigration groups have filed a lawsuit seeking information about how the H-1B visa distribution system -- including the visa lottery -- works. It alleges that the U.S. has no right to keep most of the records secret.

    It is not surprising that the H-1B distribution system is coming under scrutiny in a lawsuit. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) this year received 236,000 H-1B visa petitions for the 85,000 visas allowed under the current cap. The agency distributes visas each year via a lottery. The odds -- roughly one-in-three -- create a lot of frustration for applicants.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: 7 traits to look for in a vendor

    Long before large mainframes, mobile solutions and the Internet ever existed, most businesses needed other companies to buy or lease equipment, kept their own inventories and budgets on paper and walked across the hall to work with an associate. Some of us can remember there were no such things as hacking, video phones or software to perform our jobs. Business was done with a simple, but trusted handshake. You didn't have to rely on more than a handful of partners to make your business profitable.

    Today, the role of a solutions partner in the enterprise is essential, becoming more of a business colleague, helping with strategic thinking and operational dealings of a company. No greater resource to an IT manager is the "man behind the curtain."

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  • Heck, we're just happy it didn't burst into flames

    User marches up to this IT pilot fish's desk with a piece of equipment in her hand -- and she's clearly not happy.

    "She told me, 'IT gave me this surge protector a couple weeks ago and it doesn't work,'" fish says. "Despite the obvious questions forming in my mind, I reached out and took the surge and gave it a physical inspection.

    "I know it's possible to receive pieces of faulty hardware every now and then, but there was no obvious physical damage -- no burn marks, cut cable, bent plug or anything like that.

    "When I flicked the on/off switch, out of the corner of my eye I noticed a look of shock slowly forming on her face.

    "She took back the surge protector back from me and said, 'You know that I'm blonde.' You and Ms. Clairol..."

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  • 13 things you need to know about MU-MIMO Wi-Fi

    It's been nearly 20 years since Wi-Fi made its debut, and one of its most significant innovations to date is now beginning to spread: MU-MIMO, an optional feature in Wave 2 of the emerging 802.11ac wireless standard.

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  • Google-Oracle Android copyright fight goes to the jury

    Oracle and Google’s fierce court fight over the code inside Android went to a jury on Monday after closing arguments that sharply differed on the most basic issues.

    The federal jury in San Francisco is now deciding whether Google’s use of copyrighted Java code constitutes fair use, an exemption that would free the company from having to pay Oracle damages.

    At issue is "declaring code" that's part of 37 Java APIs Google used. Google says it simply used selected parts of Java to create something new in the form of Android.

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  • Cause of blaze at solar power plant under investigation

    The cause of a Friday fire that shut down part of the world's largest solar power plant is still under investigation, after mirrors focused the sun's rays on a 452-ft high water boiler tower, melting steam ducts and water pipes.

    David Knox, spokesman for Ivanpah plant operator NRG Energy, said the company's focus right now is to access the damage, investigate the cause and develop and implement a repair plan.

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    The damage caused by the fire at the solar power plant was contained to steam pipes. 

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  • Microsoft dials back Windows 10 upgrades to 2X a year

    Microsoft has scaled back its Windows 10 release schedule to two feature upgrades annually, not the three per year it once said was its plan.

    The Redmond, Wash. company has hinted since November that it would cut back on the number of Windows 10 upgrades. That's when it began to refer to the schedule as "two to three times per year," rather than the solid three-times-a-year pace it had talked up before Windows 10's official release.

    But in a presentation at the WinHEC technical conference in Taiwan last month, Microsoft provided its hardware partners and third-party developers a more definitive release cadence for Windows 10.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: What a difference a year makes: A more traditional SuiteWorld 2016

    Last week saw cloud ERP vendor NetSuite hold its annual user conference in San Jose. I've been attending SuiteWorld as long as SuiteWorld has actually existed, and hence it is interesting to reflect on the differences over the years. (Disclosure: NetSuite covered my travel and expenses to attend the event.)

    Last year's SuiteWorld marked the first outing for the company's newly minted chief marketing officer, Fred Studer. Studer, an alumnus of Microsoft, had a very different perspective on the message that NetSuite should be articulating, and SuiteWorld 2015 was a flashy affair with an aspirational tone that arguably left its traditional customers feeling a little bewildered. NetSuite is, after all, an ERP vendor, and its customers tend to be on the slow, steady and conservative end of the continuum.

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  • 17% off Bose CineMate 15 Home Theater Sound Bar Speaker System - Deal Alert

    The CineMate 15 from Bose is a highly rated soundbar system that is easy to set up and promises the kind of full, rich sound with deep bass that you have come to expect from Bose. The soundbar itself is no longer than a ruler and simply sits in front of your TV, connecting with a single cable. The accoustic mass module can be placed out of site. Together, the system works with Bose TrueSpace signal processing to spread sound far and wide, fully immersing you in the action. The CineMate 15 averages 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews). With the current 17% off deal, it's regular list price of $599 has been temporarily discounted to $499. See the discounted CineMate 15 Home Theatre System now on Amazon.

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  • The driverless taxi is almost here

    Driverless taxis and shuttles are coming to big cities, without a doubt.

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    Recently, I got to take a ride in a driverless car in Singapore, which helped convince me of the value of these vehicles. While I'd rate the overall concept of driverless taxis a 9 out of 10, the actual test drive I took merited just a 6.

    It deserved a 6 rating mainly because of the reactions made by its collision-avoidance software being developed by Singapore startup nuTonomy. The software apparently over-compensated with a pretty hard braking action when we approached another vehicle that was parked in the other direction on a two-lane roadway and, later, when we got too close to a road crew. (I'm very forgiving about tech tests and pilots, so that 6 rating could easily bump to a 9 or 10 in just a few weeks.)

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  • Microsoft updates Dynamics CRM with a new IoT twist

    There's an update available for Microsoft's Dynamics CRM 2016, and it brings with it a brand-new tool to help companies tap the Internet of Things for their customer-service efforts.

    Announced on Monday, the Spring 2016 Wave of Dynamics CRM adds Connected Field Service, a new tool companies can soon use to leverage the potential of predictive maintenance via IoT devices.

    Available as a preview in June, Connected Field Service will continuously monitor IoT-enabled devices for anomalies, generating alerts that trigger automated actions or service tickets and workflow according to service level agreements. Service technicians with the right skills and tools are then matched against the service requirement based on availability and proximity and routed to customer locations for preventive action.

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  • The coolest 3D-printed things at the RAPID conference
    From wardrobes to war machines, this year's show did not disappoint
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    In each of its 26 years, the RAPID Printing & Additive Manufacturing Conference has raised the bar for the level of sophistication of things that can be created using 3D printing techniques. This year's conference in Orlando showcased products ranging from military unmanned aerial vehicles and jet engines to human skull and knee replacements and even a full-sized, working R2D2. Here are some of the more interesting and complex objects that were on hand.

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  • How data virtualization delivers on the DevOps promise

    Using live data in development means you can test real workloads and get realistic results in transactions and reports. It’s also a significant security risk, as U.K. baby retailer Kiddicare recently found out: The company used real customer names, delivery addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers on a test site, only to have the data extracted and used to send phishing text messages to customers.

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  • A recently patched Flash Player exploit is being used in widespread attacks

    It took hackers less than two weeks to integrate a recently patched Flash Player exploit into widely used Web-based attack tools that are being used to infect computers with malware.

    The vulnerability, known as CVE-2016-4117, was discovered earlier this month by security researchers FireEye. It was exploited in targeted attacks through malicious Flash content embedded in Microsoft Office documents.

    When the targeted exploit was discovered, the vulnerability was unpatched, which prompted a security alert from Adobe Systems and a patch two days later.

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  • 100 thieves stole $12.7 million from ATMs in 2.5 hours

    In less than three hours, at least 100 people helped pull off a $12.7 million heist by using cloned credit cards at ATMs in Japan. While organized crime may not equally split the spoils, if 100 people participated in the heist, then each of those people potentially made $127,000 for less than three hours of work. That’s a pretty slick trick.

    The gang of thieves used the fake credit cards at 1,400 machines, according to a report in The Mainichi; each person withdrew the maximum amount of 100,000 yen, which is roughly $913, and repeated the process in each of the “14,000 transactions” that used more than 1,600 credit cards issued by a South African bank. The BCC reported the crooks “targeted 7-Eleven cash machines” since those ATMs accept foreign cards and most others don’t in Japan.

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  • What to do when your iPad Pro’s Apple Pencil stops working

    At its best, Apple Pencil and an iPad Pro can be best sketchbook for creative expression you’ve ever used, though some artists I’ve spoken with would like the Pencil to respond slightly differently to reflect the way different media behaved in the real world, eg. Oil paints act differently to charcoal. However, discussions like these are a moot point if your Pencil isn’t working, and unfortunately you do get problems keeping both devices in sync. Here is what to do:

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  • Angry advertisers hope to seal fate of online ad fraud

    Like many others, Bob Liodice is angry: He's had enough of being robbed by online advertising.

    He's the president and CEO of the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), which estimates that online advertising fraud could top $7 billion this year.

    Liodice and other industry figures are so angry about advertising fraud that they're hoping to stamp it out with a new certification program.

    "Certified Against Fraud" is the brainchild of the Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG), of which the ANA is one of the founders. It plans to award seals to advertising buyers, sellers, and intermediaries that meet its anti-fraud requirements.

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  • 33% off Jaybird X2 Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Deal Alert

    With a regular list price of $180, the current discount makes the Jaybird X2 Sport available for just $120. Features include:

    • Premium Bluetooth Audio For Skip-Free Music Outdoors
    • 8 Hours of Music + Calls With Complete Remote Controls
    • Secure Over/Under-Ear Fit Options
    • Lifetime Sweat proof Warranty
    • Includes Comply Premium Sport Memory Foam Ear Tips, Patented Secure-Fit Ear Fins, Friction-Fit Silicone Sport Carrying Case, Silicone Ear Tips, Charging Cable & Cord Management Clips.

    Jump to Amazon now for additional details, and to explore buying options.

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  • Why I switched back to Firefox

    Remember when you ditched Firefox for Chrome and pinkie-swore you’d never go back? Yeah, me too. But recently I needed to test a Web-based app in Firefox, so, with some hesitance, I took the plunge and installed it.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Green Dot's Walmart outage should scare all retailers

    When shoppers at Walmart ran into a wide range of problems using their Green Dot/Walmart MoneyCard cards at Walmart—including checking balancing and accessing funds—last week, it was a grim reminder of how interconnected the payments world is these days and how retailers will be blamed no matter whose fault it is.

    On Wednesday (May 18), the blame game began. Walmart blamed Green Dot, which handles transactions and processing for the Walmart MoneyCard, a reloadable prepaid card. Green Dot then took to Twitter to blame MasterCard and specifically MasterCard Payment Transaction Services.

    "Our transaction processing partner (MasterCard) is experiencing slowdowns in some of their systems and, as a result, we are currently unable to provide card balances online or over the phone. However, cardholders can get their balances through our mobile apps. We hope to have the balance inquiry functionality restored shortly," the Green Dot tweet said. "We understand the important role we play in the daily financial lives of our loyal customers and apologize for any inconveniences this may cause."

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  • New iPhone 7 rumors say Apple to go 'quadraphonic'

    iPhone 7 rumors of 4-speaker design from Apple emerge. But will improved speakers make up for removing the headphone jack?

    Today's deep-throat is a Chinese blogger who's gotten hold of an Italian case designer's promo video, supposedly. And our French friend Stagueve is all over it. But are these whispers actually credible?

    In IT Blogwatch, bloggers try not to listen to rumors. Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment.


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  • Chromebooks beat Mac notebooks 1.4 to 1 in U.S.

    More personal computers powered by Google's Chrome OS shipped in the U.S. during the first quarter than those running Apple's OS X in the same period, IDC confirmed Friday.

    "Chrome PCs overall, including Chrome desktop units like the Chromebox, out-shipped all Apple personal computers, desktop plus notebook, in the U.S. for Q1," said Jay Chou, one of several IDC analysts who track device shipments, in an email reply to questions.

    Chromebooks, the inexpensive notebooks that run Chrome OS, also out-shipped Apple's MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro notebooks in the U.S. The first-quarter battle wasn't even close, according to the notebook-only shipment numbers Chou provided.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Encryption is the foundation of the new data center

    For decades, encryption was an arcane art. Encryption was slow, clunky and highly complex, and as a result, the vast majority of data in the data center resides on storage systems in the clear. Sensitive data has historically been protected by IP segmentation and firewalls with IPS modules.

    This model is now changing.

    As workloads in the corporate data center begin to migrate to the public cloud, the need to encrypt data in motion and at rest becomes foundational. In the public cloud, it is much harder to rely on the traditional approaches of wrapping select data with firewalls and IPS systems. At the same time, it is much easier to post a heap of sensitive data to an object store such as Amazon S3 and inadvertently leave it open to the unwashed Internet. Customer-controlled encryption is becoming a necessity for the enterprise hybrid cloud.

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  • Google's modular smartphone project sacrificed its original vision to move forward

    Google's Project Ara modular smartphone is coming to developers soon, but it's lost a key part of its customization vision along the way. 

    Developers will be able to get their hands on an early release version of Ara by the end of this year, to begin building custom hardware modules for the device, Google announced at its I/O conference Friday. The modules will allow users to customize their phones with hardware like cameras, speakers and even a rear-facing display.

    Ara's initial philosophy was to serve as a wholly modular smartphone, which would allow users to customize all of the phone's components, including its processor, battery, network connectivity and screen. Now, many of those components will be integrated into the Ara "frame," which will still retain space for some customization. 

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