One of the top questions we get asked by our customers at Utopia is how best to charge their laptop, do you charge to 100% all the time, do you then totally discharge, do you remove the battery when not in use, do you keep it at a perfect 16 degrees centigrade and only use it when the wind is prevailing to the west? I joke, but there are many myths and many suggestions that a simple Google search will uncover, but not all are correct and not all should be followed. In this simple blog I want to share some of my learnings and observations around batteries.
Continue reading “Danger! High Voltage”
I was honored to be asked to be involved in the mock interviews for Kilmarnock Academy and Stewarton Academy recently. The format was pretty straight forward, pupils arrived at Utopia and were given a 15 minute interview in order to give them a taste of what their first real interview for a job, apprenticeship or even University place might be. For me, it’s a great opportunity to give feedback and even try out a couple of curveball questions that I might add to Utopia’s genuine interview process.
Continue reading “Experience is the teacher of all things”
I love flying, there is something exciting about the takeoff and even when I’m not going on holiday just being at an airport brings back feelings of holidays past as well as an excitement of what the future may hold. I was recently flying out of Bristol airport with EasyJet along with my two kids, aged 8 and 6 and my wife aged…well she would probably prefer I didn’t share that. Now at this point you are probably thinking why on earth is Craig talking about flying? I thought this was a tech blog about Utopia and business? Well, I’m going to use my recent experience with EasyJet to illustrate why I believe businesses can’t play with honesty and the part honestly plays at Utopia. Continue reading “Honesty In Everything We Do”