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This is a blog from the Internet Development Team at ILRT, Bristol. We build websites and web applications for a wide variety of customers, many in the UK higher education sector. Continue reading…

Archive for January, 2010

All that gas – petrol price app for Android

The mobile phone world is undergoing a massive revolution as more handsets hit the market with ever increasing sophistication. Chris Bailey, one of our developers in ID, has recently created an application for the Android platform and in this article introduces us to Android and his application.

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Published on 18 Jan 10 under News and updates | Comments Off on All that gas – petrol price app for Android

Website monitoring – a peek under the hood

We host scores of different websites for our clients, using a raft of different technologies. In fact, often the best solutions to our clients’ needs come from blending different technologies to deliver a single site. For example, a site might contain some simple web pages managed using a Content Management System (CMS), a large bank […]

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Published on 15 Jan 10 under Briefings | Comments Off on Website monitoring – a peek under the hood

Deployment of a Virtual Infrastructure

Virtualisation is a term which has been in wide use in recent years but it is a computing concept which has been around since the 60s. Matt Baker, Unix Systems Administrator at the ILRT, has been working with virtualisation and explores some of the management issues in this article. What is Virtualisation? We often refer […]

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Published on 8 Jan 10 under Briefings | Comments Off on Deployment of a Virtual Infrastructure

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