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Easykey moved offices but we didn't tell Sue

Here are two inexpensive ways to organise your desk

Try this for your Smart Phone Stand...

Smartphone Stand

in case you don't recognise it - it is a cassette tape box :)

Easy to Access Leads and Cables

cable tidy

Clamp some Binder Clips to the back of your desk.  Loop your frequently used leads and cables through the metal wire.

Denis with Benny the Labradoodle on Aisling's Memorial BenchA message from the Director of Easykey - Denis O'Regan

Most of our customers know about the loss of our daughter Aisling on 23 December 2011.

Carol and I will be going to California on Monday 16 September.

During this three-week break we will be joined by Aisling's two brothers and Chris who had pledged to marry her.

We have been granted permission by the authorities of Yosemite National Park to release Aisling's ashes into the wind from a mountain top.

We pray this will be a moving celebration of her short and brilliant life.

Yosemite

I wanted to take this opportunity to publicly thank many of our customers for all the support they have given us.

I shall be back on Monday 7 October 2013 - I trust that the team at Easykey will look after you all whilst we are away.

BlogOne of the most motivating videos I've seen for a long time

I know that to some the American dialect might put them off - However listen to the words... almost poetic

In the past 3 months over 13% of visits to our website were from a mobile smart phone

The easykey website on an iPhone5Most of these visits were from iPhones.  The previous 3 months was 9% of visits so we can see the trend is significantly increasing.

So when we recently re-launched our new website (1 August 2013) at www.easykey.com we paid particular attention in making it even more mobile friendly.

If you visit www.easykey.com on an iPhone you will see a stripped down mobile friendly version of the home page.  The aim was to make it legible without needing to resort to zooming in or getting out your glasses.

The navigation menu is accessed via the Menu button top left, although many visitors will probably just tap the navigation icons in the middle of the screen.

This all sits in a semi-transparent section that fixes to the top when scrolling.

The visitor can easily access the Menu, Search and tap-to-call Phone number on every page.

Is Social Media the Emperor's New Clothes?

This was featured in a talk given by Denis O'Regan at the Harlow Business Exhibition June 2013

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