Archive for May, 2011

How our life is changing thanks to mobile technologies

Filed by team twago on May 31, 2011
How our life is changing thanks to mobile technologies

We’re happy to present a guest article today from Lime5. Lime5 is an innovation agency in the areas of IT and communications from Italy. Co-founder Alan Taronna wrote this article. IPhone, Android, Windows 7 Phone, and Blackberry: nowadays the world of mobile devices commands such a solid chunk of the market, that we are wondering how our […]

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Provider of the month: ODware from St. Petersburg

Filed by team twago on May 30, 2011
Provider of the month: ODware from St. Petersburg

This month’s provider of the month is ODware from Saint Petersburg in Russia. We asked Alexander from ODware five questions about the company. 1. How did you become a Web development company? What’s you background? Well, we are a small company. We can offer much more compared to just a single Freelancer and thanks to […]

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The pros and cons of remote working

Filed by team twago on May 30, 2011
The pros and cons of remote working

We’re happy to present a guest article by Rachel Suter. She’s a contributer on FreelanceAdvisor, on of the UK’s biggest freelancer webpages. Remote working is something many of us long for, especially when standing on a platform at 7am in the pouring rain waiting for a delayed train. Not only does remote working cut out the […]

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Social Media Trend Monitor 2011: Study reveals the true face of journalists and PR pros

Filed by team twago on May 30, 2011
Social Media Trend Monitor 2011: Study reveals the true face of journalists and PR pros

The dpa (German Press Agency) subsidiary news aktuell and Faktenkontor from Germany have questioned professionals and executives of the communications sector, as well as journalists regarding their private and professional usage and appreciation of social media. From 9 February to 28 February, over 5,100 volunteers took part in the Internet survey. The representative results are […]

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The next big thing will come from Berlin

Filed by team twago on May 28, 2011
The next big thing will come from Berlin

Yesterday and today the Who-is-Who of the European venture capital and start-up scene met in Berlin under the program of the DACH Tech Tour 2011. 200 prominent representatives of the VC and private equity scene as well as most promising start-ups, among them twago, were invited to the gala dinner in the Baerensaal of Berlin’s […]

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Escrow – how can service providers profit from it?

Filed by team twago on May 26, 2011
Escrow – how can service providers profit from it?

Service providers face the same questions with every new client: can I trust my client? How long will I have to wait to be paid? Will I have to send an overdue notice? This is particularly unnerving for service providers who are new to the business. They have little experience with customers and only a […]

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We wanted to say good bye

Filed by team twago on May 20, 2011
We wanted to say good bye

See you on the other side. We have no choice but to say good bye. Apparently, the world will come to an end tomorrow, May 21, 2011. The guys at wecanknow.com and the founder of a Christian family radio station (Harold Camping), have done the math and according to their calculations (and the bible) the […]

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Ding Dong – Special Guest at twago today

Filed by team twago on May 4, 2011
Ding Dong – Special Guest at twago today

It was an exciting and very surprising day today. We were all concentrating hard on our tasks when the doorbell to the twago office rang and Denys, one of our developers from the Ukraine was standing there. What a surprise! The IT team was aware that Denys was on holiday, but nobody expected him to […]

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Escrow – processing transactions securely

Filed by team twago on May 4, 2011
Escrow – processing transactions securely

When it comes to transactions on online work, you often get the proverbial pig in a poke. Although nowadays there are many possibilities to assure yourself of the reliability of your business partner, there is always a residual risk. In particular, with projects that have been outsourced to other cities or even other countries and […]

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