HTML Help no longer works on a LAN

In our July newsletter, we mentioned that Microsoft had released a new version of HTML Help, in order to address a security issue. Unfortunately, the update has major implications for running HTML Help(.CHM) files across a network. A .CHM file can now only be viewed if it is located on your local hard disk. The… Read more »

Cherryleaf club moves into Beta

The Cherryleaf club – for exchange, mentoring and training – moved into the user acceptance testing phase today (18 July). We will be inviting our founder members to use and test the system over the forthcoming weeks, and the signing-on instructions should be emailed out towards the end of this week. Members will be initially… Read more »

Last night’s networking event

Last night’s networking event went very well with 20 people attending and a fair chunk staying the whole evening. In fact, there were still some there as we left to catch our trains at just before 11. We’ve received lots of positive feedback on the event. People liked the location, helped by the lovely evening,… Read more »

UK ‘could become hi-tech titan’

The UK could become one of the world’s hi-tech titans, according to a report by Deloitte. it says the UK could be a world-beater in technology if it harnessed strengths in basic science, research and finance. However, this chance would disappear without better co-operation between technologists, academics, financiers and government. Better communication would also help… Read more »

Beta Positions for AuthorIT Cerebros

AuthorIT Software Corporation is now accepting applications for participation in its beta development project “Cerebros”. This beta is for AuthorIT’s new .Net XML Web Service. Web Services allow AuthorIT to interact with the external world through open standards like XML and SOAP. Allowing interaction through the AuthorIT Cerebros portal, external applications can interact with the… Read more »