McAfee Selects Gilroy for next stage of social media programme

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by Kevin Sleap

Refreshed blog will sit at the heart of a global thought leadership strategy for McAfee Endpoint protection

After a hugely successful quarter, which saw the Gilroy team deploy an effective global digital media plan, traffic levels to McAfee’s Endpoint Protection blog have increased significantly – indeed, returning user levels grew by 300%.


Why the infographic is leading the pack

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by James Delves

Infographic


Is the iPhone 5 still fit to wear the crown?

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by Gary Cottington

So I’m sure by now most of you are sick of reading articles on the latest addition to the Apple family, the much anticipated iPhone 5. At Gilroy we have lots of toys or as we refer to them – ‘tech’. If there’s a new product or service available, you can guarantee someone has bought or downloaded it. Our clients love it and we get to play – sorry, experiment with them. With this in mind I thought I’d give you all a firsthand analysis of the new iPhone... electronic warts n’ all.


Shameless Beauty | Art of Kinetik

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by Matt Neal

Here at Gilroy, we constantly strive to be as creative as we can and one of the ways we do that is to seek inspiration from others. Well, here's some inspiration for you, this luxury speed boat is called Antagonist and is designed and built by Art of Kinetik.


Stop stretching your pockets

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by Nick Lee

Want to stop stretching your pockets with that bulging wallet packed with credit cards, debit cards and loyalty cards? Well Google Wallet launches this summer which is another step towards leaving your wallet behind and banking via your mobile phone.


Update: now we can say what we want

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by Matt Neal

Further to our post about Tone Check, we found this.

How marvellous (where's a Sarc Mark when you need it?).


How sad. No, I mean humiliating. Or was it angry?

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by Matt Neal

I’m a sucker for new technology, gadgets, apps or the like. So, when I read about Tone Check, I suspended my disbelief for a moment and prayed that somebody had in fact created a piece of software that would finally stop me from sending emails that are entirely misinterpreted by the recipient.


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