Photobooth Hire in Stirling

For  photo booth hire in Stirling,  then look no further than Imagine Photobooths in Stirling.

Imagine Photobooths  are based in Stirling and cover Stirling,  Falkirk, Central Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh.  Their photo booths are feature packed, but are also mobile and can be set up in practically any venue type in any location.

Imagine Photobooths  cater for events and celebrations of all sizes including:-

  • Weddings
  • Proms
  • Birthdays
  • Parties
  • Celebrations
  • Corporate Events
  • Christmas (it’s never too early to book)

Memories captured for ever

Hours of fun for all your friends and family, captured in memories forever.

They  will deliver a  sleek, stylish and fully portable photo booth to your door step or venue , along with an amazing prop box and two fun and professional attendants.

Their photo booths also offer Social Media integration and can be branded to match your company, event or personality.

You can choose from their many photo booth hire packages or contact them for your own special requirements

If you would like to know more about photo booths or how to hire one for your next event then visit the Imagine Photobooths website.

 

Is this the Drop Box Killer

Google has just dramatically changed it’s online storage options

As Google say on their blog post

We’ve lowered the price of our monthly storage plans to $1.99 for 100GB (previously $4.99), $9.99 for 1TB (previously $49.99), and $99.99 for 10TB, with even more storage available if you need it. How big is a terabyte anyway? Well, that’s enough storage for you to take a selfie twice a day for the next 200 years and still have room left over for… shall we say… less important things.

 

We love dropbox.

Great product, great price and ease of use.

But is this the killer.

$9.99 per month versus $1.99 per month for 100GB of Storage.  That is pretty hard to resist.

It will be interesting to see how Drop Box respond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is the Office 365 phone number?

Microsoft Office 365 phone number – 0800 0326 017

We have seen many of our clients move over to Office 365 and it is proving very popular.

It is word checking however that your PC or PCs meets the requirements for running Office 365 if you intend to download the latest version of the Software Applications (e.g. Word) XP and Vista are not supported.

The number to call to answer your questions on Office 365 is 0800 0326 017.

Please note also looking ahead to 2014 that in April Microsoft will no longer provide support for  Windows XP, Internet Explorer 6 on Windows XP, Exchange 2003, SharePoint 2003 and Office 2003 products.Also, security patches and hotfixes will no longer be made available for these products.

Running these products in your environment after their end of support date may expose your organization to potential risks, such as:

  •  Security & Compliance Risks
  • Lack of Independent Software Vendor (ISV) & Hardware Manufacturer support

For more information and resources about how to get current with Windows and Office in your organization please visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/endofsupport.aspx

You can always call 0800 0326 017.

 

The wonderful thing about Tiggers!

They’re bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!

Bouncing may be great for Tigger – and who can blame him – but not for business.

Google defines ‘Bounce Rate’ as

the percentage of single page visits or visits in which the person left your site from the entrance (landing) page

Google defines this further as a method to measure ‘visit quality’; a high bounce rate indicates that your pages are not relevant to your visitors. Visitors are ‘bouncing away’ from your website

Essentially the more visitors stay on your site the more likely you are to convert them into customers. Continue reading The wonderful thing about Tiggers!

Online shops must return delivery charges

Amazon.co.uk  has agreed to follow the UK’s Office of Fair Trading demand that they must refund delivery charges  to customers who return goods within the cooling-off period provided for under the Distance Selling Regulations.

Under these Regulations which came into force on 31st October 2000, where consumers (as opposed to businesses) buy goods from a web site (or by other means of “distance” sale, such as mail order, fax, digital TV or telephone), they are entitled to a cooling-off period that ends seven working days after receipt of the goods.

During this period, the consumer can change his or her mind about the purchase and return the goods for a full refund.

The OFT’s view is that the normal postage and packing charges for the delivery, but not the return, of distance sales purchases must always be refunded in addition to the cost of the goods when orders are cancelled during the cooling-off period.

The OFT yesterday welcomed Amazon.co.uk  agreement to follow its interpretation of the Regulations.

It added that it is currently in negotiation with a number of other companies under the Distance Selling Regulations regarding the refunding of delivery charges.

However, Amazon.co.uk is not content. The company issued a statement saying that the refund obligation is “not settled law”. It criticised the OFT’s announcement that “implies we’ve been brought into line,” adding, “we haven’t”.

The relevant wording of the Regulations is that, in the event of cancellation during the legal period:

“the supplier shall reimburse any sum paid by or on behalf of the consumer under or in relation to the contract to the person by whom it was made free of any charge…”

The Regulations provide that, subject to some exceptions, a deduction can be made from the sum to be refunded if the contract requires the consumer to return goods upon cancellation and the consumer fails to do so or returns them at the expense of the supplier.

“The OFT’s argument seems reasonable – that the delivery charge levied by the supplier is ‘under or in relation to the contract’ according to the Regulations. Any B2C e-tailer should refund the delivery charge in these circumstances, but it does not need to pay for the cost of the return.”

The OFT and Trading Standards have a duty to consider any complaint about a possible breach of the regulations. Where it is considered that a breach has occurred, an officer has the power to apply for an injunction in the courts against the responsible person in order to obtain compliance with the Regulations.

Double Glazing Repairs in Glasgow

Windor Repairs have moved into their new premises and can now offer Double Glazing Repairs all over Glasgow.
Windor specialise in repairing all types of Double Glazing including Conservatories, Doors, Windows, Patio Doors and much more.
With experience in the manufacturing Double Glazing their engineers can repair double glazing, often in their first visit.

Common complaints include misted double glazing, which can be repaired.  For more information visit the Windor Double Glazing Repairs Website