If you host business guests throughout the year, then BYOD is something you may have heard of. BYOD, or bring your own device, is an option that an increasing number of businesses and hotels are now offering. In fact, you may look for this as a feature at hotels that your guests occupy during their visits. What you may not have considered is BYOD options for when your clients and guests are on your business campus.
15 October 2018
There are countless articles on swimming pools and children's safety, and while it is critical to ensure your pool is safe for your children, you also want to create a space where they can have fun. Want to entice your kids into the pool and keep them active? Try adding these fabulous toys and accessories to your swimming pool: 1. Water cannon Surround your pool with a few water cannons, and your kids will love it.
12 January 2016
Ballroom dancing is a strangely ageless variety of dance, with everyone from teenagers to OAP's often taking to the dancefloor to learn the elegant steps. Whether you're preparing for your first dance for a wedding, are attempting to rekindle a lost romance, or simply looking to undertake a new hobby, it appears that it's never too late to learn the art of ballroom dancing. Of course, ballroom dancing by its very nature is a highly respected, prestigious, classy form of dance, and turning up to your very first class can feel a little intimidating to say the least.
7 July 2015
You've just finished celebrating the announcement of your engagement. There's plenty to look forward to, but there's also plenty of work to do. Of major importance, you need to select your wedding venue. What questions should you ask the owner as you move forward? Ten Key Subjects to Address You may have several different venues in mind. It's not unusual for brides and grooms to check out half a dozen or more.
5 March 2015
Even pretty run of the mill smartphones now have unbelievable video capability. Here are seven simple tips to help you turn the thing in your bag or pocket into your route to video excellence. Step 1: Know how your phone works. Seems pretty obvious but getting to grips with how your smartphone acts as a video camera can really increase the chances that you'll be proud of what you produce. Think about how it handles light; a strong source of light behind whatever you're filming will render everything as a silhouette—you want see people's faces and expressions.
30 December 2014