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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - What does Brexit mean for .eu?
    What does Brexit mean for .eu?..Domain extensions. There are many domain extensions that businesses can register websites under, for example, .com, .co.uk, .co and .org. The European Commission has announced that the right to use the .eu domain extension will be officially withdrawn from the UK when the Brexit transition period starts, not on the date we leave the EU. From then, UK businesses will be prohibited from using it. Looking ahead. In the interim, EURid (which is the organisation that’s responsible...
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  • 600+ Business Solutions - HMRC’s deal with online trading sites
    In a move aimed at creating more checks on businesses which trade online, HMRC is in the final stage of a deal with companies like Amazon and eBay. How might this affect your business?
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  • 600+ Business Solutions - Are your online T&Cs legally compliant?
    In March 2016, 17 companies were publicly named and shamed because their online terms and conditions failed to comply with the relevant legislation. How can you be sure that your own are correct?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Important phone number rules
    Important phone number rules..The Clear Calling policy. Since 1 July 2015 any business that has an 084, 087, 09 or 118 prefix in its customer contact telephone number(s) must clearly explain the call charges wherever that number is displayed or promoted, e.g. on a website, flyer or the side of a company vehicle. The purpose of this rule is to enable customers to calculate exactly what the cost of a call will be. Non-compliance. However, according to research by Ofcom, 65% of businesses which use those particular...
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - The new .sucks domain
    The new .sucks domain..More choice. Since the beginning of 2014 the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has been rolling out over 1,000 new domain name extensions, many of which are extremely useful to businesses. However, on 1 June 2015 the controversial .sucks domain name extension will go on general sale and IT experts are warning about the potential risks. Act now. If you don’t snap up the .sucks domain that relates to your own company or business name, you could find that an unhappy customer,...
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Changes to distance selling rules
    On 13 June 2014 new Regulations come into force which will make the distance selling rules more onerous to comply with. As most smaller companies aren’t prepared for the changes, how can you ensure compliance?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Bag the best website addresses
    ICANN has begun rolling out over 1,000 new domain name extensions. Even if your company already has a good website address, why should you consider registering some others?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Should you register your name on the Net?
    should you register your name on the Net?.. Database goes live. On March 26 ICANN, the organisation that manages Internet domain names, launched its Trademark Clearing House database (TMCH). This is linked to the new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) names (see below), which will start to appear on the web later this year. What does this mean for directors and their companies? What’s a gTLD. A TLD is the final few letters of an Internet address and you can now register with ICANN a gTLD which contains...
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - Are the directors prepared for a cyber attack?
    Any company with an online presence is vulnerable to a “cyber attack”. Not only could this disrupt your business, it may lead to a claim for damages. So what can the directors do to protect the company’s position?
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  • Tips & Advice You & Your Business - LinkedIn - bogus e-mails
    LinkedIn - bogus e-mails.. Networking for directors. The business networking site LinkedIn can be a useful tool for promoting your company and keeping up to speed with developments. But lately it’s been plagued by those who want to use its good name to cause damage to IT systems. Bogus notifications. Part of the point of networking is making contact with business people you don’t know. So receiving messages with names you don’t recognise is to be expected. But recently there’s been a spate of spam...
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