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Mneumonix provide a wide range of bespoke IT solutions to fit your requirements. These range from single machine installations to multi-server networks on a range of platforms as well as bespoke software and website design.

Networks are designed according to the requirements of the client, some requiring server solutions, and some not. The Trader's Betting Exchange is a typical example of a bespoke network solution offered by Mneumonix.

Trader's Betting Exchange, 33a Front Street, Seaton Burn, North Tyneside

Mneumonix write, design and maintain a wide variety of websites ranging from single page static pages, to content managed, e-commerce shopping sites.

Our engineers comprise web masters and web developers as well as copy writers and graphic artists and provide expert advice in producing your website and maximizing your investment in your web presence. We test our websites rigorously on the most up to date web technology and will ensure that your site is fully compatible with the Internet Service Provider (ISP) it is hosted on.

Running a website can be very daunting. We can arrange web site hosting and liaise directly with the ISP's technicians on your behalf, as well as maintain its content for you if you require. Or, if you wish to manage your site yourself, We provide easy to use control panels for the management of your content.

Whatever your requirements, we at Mneumonix will endeavor to make your web presence the most effective it can be and ensure a friendly, professional and competitive service.

The following section details a selection of the websites Mneumonix have written for clients.

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Latest Additions:

P and K Consultants
Content Managed Site  HTML  

Cathedral Wholesales
Content Managed Site  E-Commerce  HTML  Mapping Technology  Multimedia  

Plantlife Products
Content Managed Site  E-Commerce  HTML  Mapping Technology  Multimedia  

Content Managed Site  E-Commerce  HTML  Mapping Technology  Multimedia  

JN Straughan & Co Chartered Accountants
Content Managed Site  HTML  Mapping Technology  

Dressage North East
Content Managed Site  E-Commerce  HTML  

Better Health At Work Award
Content Managed Site  HTML  Portal Site  Mapping Technology  Multimedia  

Area 2 British Riding Clubs
Content Managed Site  HTML  

Staples Woodcraft
Content Managed Site  HTML  Mapping Technology  

Asbestos Support & Campaign Group
Content Managed Site  HTML  Mapping Technology  

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Latest IT News
App price rise predicted
Following the latest budget, prices for downloading apps, music and other items could rise.
EA games server hacked
A server belonging to games giant EA has been hacked and was used to host a phishing attack to collect Apple IDs. The issue was spotted by Paul Mutton who works for security firm Netcraft. He posted a blog about it explaining how the hack worked.
Business leaders feel most threatened by IT hazards
A recent report published by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), in association with the British Standards Institution (BSI), has revealed that IT-related threats are continuing to provide the greatest concern for organisations, ranking above other threats such as natural disasters, security incidents and industrial disputes.
Windows falling, OSX rising
The market share of desktop computers connected to the internet has taken an interesting shift. The percentage of Windows-based PCs has dropped below 90 per cent for the first time since the mid-1990s.
Penultimate XP security patch
With just under a month left before Microsoft stops supporting Windows XP, the company has issued the penultimate update for the OS.
UK consumers spend more on BYOD than on tea and coffee
With 83 per cent of organisations permitting BYOD and 39 per cent of employees purchasing their own device for work purposes, BYOD is helping to save the average company* £150,265 over five years.
Ear clip PC
Engineers in Japan have created a tiny wearable PC that can be controlled by the way you move your eyes, mouth and nose.
Strengthening the health informatics profession
The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) is pleased to report that following the development and launch of the Level 3 Diploma in Health Informatics, the Health Informatics Apprenticeship Framework2 has also been further enhanced and now covers both intermediate and advanced levels.
Mobile kill switch
Legislators in California are pushing mobile device manufacturers to make it easier to permanently block stolen devices such as smartphones.
NHS England 'not clear enough' to patients about care.data opt-out
Tim Kelsey, NHS England Director of Patients and Information, admitted, this morning, on BBC radio1, that NHS England had not been clear enough about patients’ right to opt out of the new care.data scheme. Tim stated: ‘I think, that, maybe we haven't been clear enough about the opt-out. I agree with that. Let me be absolutely clear now, that people who don't trust the NHS to manage their data securely now have a new right, to opt out of this scheme. To be honest, all they need to do is contact their GP to opt out.’

Featured Web Site

  • Dressage North East
  • Eden Garden Nursery
  • Kitpro
  • The Sleep Clinic
  • Little Italy North East

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