In about 2010 fancy image sliders started appearing on websites. They looked fantastic — I wanted one for www.hobbsparker.co.uk. So I set to, hacked some code from codecanyon.net (this is a brilliant resource for all things web), fought with something called jQuery for a few hours, and launched a new website with fancy image sliders for each part of
Backup And the second most important job? Monitor your backup software and test that you can restore your data. Our technology business HP Technology was recently called up to help a London business whose main server wouldn’t start. It soon became clear that a hard drive had failed and worse still there was no backup.
I was lucky enough to take over the reigns of our business on 1 January 2005. Just 4 days later, I fired a member of staff. Just to be clear: I did not enjoy this I did not take it lightly We dismiss very few people at The Hobbs Parker Group The terms we offered to this individual
Better customer service, higher levels of staff engagement and satisfaction, better marketing, less administration and lower costs. And more fun. Welcome. In this blog I will be sharing some of things we have learnt over the last 164 years at The Hobbs Parker Group of which Fabmin is our latest member. Some successes, some disasters