Here at Maytech, we’re proud to help our customers enjoy fast, flexible file sharing when it’s needed the most.
But we’re also place great importance on providing the very best customer service, with knowledgeable staff on hand 24-7 to lend a helping hand.
That’s why we’re so happy with the results from our 2014 Customer Voice Survey, which polled how Maytech users felt about our product, our service and our brand.
Wearable tech has seen a considerable rise in popularity over recent months and this has led to an increase in the number of products coming to market.
However, in amongst all this hype, there have also been some concerns over how safe our personal information is when we are using these products.
Scientists and medical researchers are becoming increasingly adept at utilising the vast swathes of data stored from research over the last few decades.
And big data’s effect on medical science is only going to grow. Atul Butte, Chief of the Division of Systems Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, told his employer that the proliferation of big data in healthcare could be as important to his industry as the invention of the microscope or the discovery of DNA. Continue reading →
409 years ago, a thirty-something Catholic political activist was found guarding a huge amount of gunpowder in a cellar underneath the Houses of Lords.
Planning to kill King James 1 and other members of the establishment in Parliament, Guy Fawkes was captured and, after he’d confessed under torture, sentenced to death for high treason. People across Britain still ‘remember, remember the 5th of November’ and congregate to celebrate Fawkes’ demise as his effigy sits on top of a bonfire.
“Your brand is the single most important investment you can make in your business.” – Steve Forbes
Welcome to the FTP-Stream branding tutorial. We will look at how to brand your Maytech ftp transfer site to match your corporate identity. You can:
- Add a logo
- Customise the colour scheme
- Add fonts and a background
...all to create a powerful first impression for your users.
This blog post will show you how to create a site like this in a few simple steps.Continue reading →
This month’s cloud file transfer news on Cloud China...
- China launches “Great Firewall” attack against iCloud
- ChinaSoft prospers on growth of cloud computing in China
- Cloud computing solution to Chinese censorship
- Alibaba Cloud Computing’s Aliyun Worldwide Developer Conference Attracts More than 10,000 Global Developers and Partners
- Xiaomi’s Hugo Barra Says ‘We're Moving Your Data Out Of China’
Click on the headlines below to go straight to the story.Continue reading →
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New restrictions on internet use that have been put in place by the Chinese government have made it even harder for people who rely on Google, and any associated tools such as mail and calendars, to work as normal in recent weeks. These restrictions are part of a wider campaign which has been established to tighten security internally within China itself.
At the turn of the 20th Century, a 40-year old hunter, inventor and boot-strapping entrepreneur started a company in Freeport, Maine, USA. His name? Leon Leonwood Bean. And the company? The now $1.52 billion retail company...LL Bean.
Bean’s accomplishments, company policies and innovations through his business are far outside the scope of this article. But there is one iconic statement he made that we completely agree with, and is the focal point of this blog post.
LL Bean said:Continue reading →
Changes to the way Chinese citizens are allowed to view the outside world via the Internet has caused consternation amongst both business owners and personal users alike.
The censorship that has been put into place by the government in China is seen by many as a move back to the bad old days of communism in a country that was looking forward to a more open, capitalist outlook, thanks to the web.
China’s first dalliance with the online world came back in 1987 when a connection was made from mainland China to a university in Germany between two professors. The first email to emerge from within the Chinese borders read: