We have yet another new starter at Big Orange Software in what has been a very busy 2015 so far!
Our impressive track record of technical knowledge, customer care & operations continues to be the main drive behind our expansion in our office in Reigate.
We are now pleased to welcome James Tee as our newest member of staff, who will be working on the marketing & content writing team. As a newly established position James will ensure that your product will reach those who matter most, your customers!
James has recently come from a PR background and has extensive experience in content marketing and social media campaigns for clients such a Mercedes-Benz, Ralph Lauren and Rolex.
James has always had a passion for writing and has had a few articles published for his local newspaper when he was 16 years old. Nowadays James likes to use his way with words to help brands reach out and connect with their clients to increase publicity and engagement.
James is a keen explorer and has travelled around Europe on two occasions with nothing but a train ticket, a backpack and a much-too-folded map in hand. He is also a keen sportsman and will give anything a go, however his favourite sports are football, tennis and badminton.
He also enjoys the casual game of croquet in the summertime too…
If you’d like to contact James with any queries in mind, you can get him on his email which is email@example.com or contact him via LinkedIn.
Welcome to Big Orange Software, James!
As the UK prepares for the first solar eclipse since 1999, we at Big Orange Software urge you, rather controversially, to stay away from all things tech… Billed as the most spectacular partial eclipse for decades, it’s inevitable that social media engagement is going to boom during the two-hour event, but let’s face it nothing is going to be as spectacular as the main event itself.
‘That’ concert regret comes to mind here; when you’re at your first ever gig and get overwhelmed by the sheer excitement of it and feel the need to record EVERY SINGLE song on your device. You then leave the venue with your ears buzzing to then be addressed with sheer disappointment when you find that the recording resembles a somewhat crunching noise, with thousands of screams in the backdrop.
What we’re trying to say here is, don’t miss the moment by trying to capture it.
We forecast that Facebook, Twitter & Instagram are more than likely going to be the big hitters this Friday, flooded with images of ‘Eclipse Selfies’, Jaffa Cake ‘Total Eclipse’ jokes and hazy images of the sky, but these may come at a price…
Photographing the sun can cause damage to cameras if the right steps aren’t taken. The lens in your camera can get damaged by the sun, it’s advised that photographers use a solar filter should you want to record.
So whether you’re at work, at home or even at your local GP practise waiting room. Sit back, put away the device and simply enjoy… …and then Tweet like mad!
Facts For Our Followers
- The alignment will see the moon pass directly between the sun and earth between 8.30AM and 10.42AM, reaching its peak at 9.34AM
- Northern Scotland will have the best view, with the likes of Shetland seeing almost 98 per cent of sun covered, Glasgow 94 per cent and London 84 per cent
- One of the earliest recorded eclipses was the Ugarit eclipse in 1374BC which took place in Northern Syria