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Articles

Tanzarine Technology provides intranet and Internet technical expertise across a wide range of business sectors.

From time to time Tanzarine Technology produces technical discussion articles for various reasons, and a selection of these are available here.

  • Cahill Personnel Web Site Launch

    City of London recruitment specialists Cahill Personnel Ltd have launched their new web site, which is powered by Tanzarine Technology's Content Management Services (CMS).

    (Created 01/08/2012)
  • Media Comments

    Tanzarine director Neil Pellinacci provides informed comments for the media on a variety of topics, and has had work published in the IT press and also appeared on a BBC News programme about Open Source software. A summary appears here.

    (Created 03/04/2012)
  • Web's Eye View

    Each month, ITadviser includes a feature where IT professionals describe their top web sites. Tanzarine director Neil Pellinacci wrote the feature for the January/February 2006 edition of the magazine.

    (Created 01/03/2006)
  • Content Management Services

    In the early days of the web, web pages were uploaded to servers by support staff with technical knowledge, leaving the business users who actually authored the content in the first place outside the technical life cycle. Content Management puts the business users directly in control of their content on their web sites.

    (Created 13/08/2005)
  • Methods Consulting B2G Project

    Tanzarine Technology has just completed a major development and consultancy project for Methods Consulting Ltd on its flagship B2G project.

    (Created 01/06/2005)
  • The Giant Book of Spectrum Arcade Games

    It's now over two decades since the computing world entered the domestic market, with a plethora of machines costing a few hundred pounds or less. Tanzarine director Neil Pellinacci looks back at the production of a typical games book, on the twentieth anniversary of its publication.

    (Created 27/03/2004)