Do you fancy yourself as a virtual James Bond? Nothing beats the thrill of placing your bets in a casino - and now you can do it online. What may surprise you is the fact that PayPal has got in on the game! Yes, that's right, this California based company, famous for providing a secure online payment system, has moved in to the world of online casinos. So, why not look out for the PayPal symbol the next time that you head on down to a virtual casino? When you see this, it means that the casino accepts PayPal payments, and thus that your money will be looked after whilst you play.

Why choose to play with PayPal online casinos?

Well, firstly, you can rely on the fact that payments will be safe, secure and simple to perform. When an online Casino states that it accepts PayPal, you can play with complete peace of mind. PayPal has simply taken its existing system for managing online balances payments and used it to provide the framework for casino games. So, you can simply use your PayPal account to make bets and store your winnings. Load your account up with money from a bank account before you play, and disburse your winnings back into the bank when you have finished. It's so easy!

All your favorite games - PayPal style

Online casinos have been growing in popularity throughout the past few years, and PayPal casinos enable you to play blackjack, poker, keno and more safely and securely. The fact that PayPal is a highly trusted company is a real bonus here. If a casino does not accept PayPal, will often need to do some lengthy research to ensure that your payment details will be safe when you use that site. However, if a casino does accept PayPal, you can go ahead and play: with PayPal, you can send and receive payments without ever having to reveal your details to the person you are paying - or being paid by. What a load off your mind!

Keen to find out more?

Check out this handy link to find a list of PayPal casino sites http://paypal.onlinecasino-24.net/en.

In sports, the best players don’t always win; there is a difference between a good player and winning player. Much like in poker, the difference between a good player and a winning player is money. Of course it is, the sole aim of poker is to win money.

If you wish to become a poker master, then before you even think of playing, you must learn the game inside out. Research every last detail of it, watch as many as games as possible as it is often said the best way to master poker is to sit and watch it. The beauty about learning poker by actually watching it is that you can thorough view of the game from all players which of course will allow you to develop a better understanding.

Once you’ve watched a few games of poker and you feel comfortable about your ability to play, it’s now time to read about it. Poker may involve luck, but if you develop a thorough knowledge of the game, then you can make your own luck, by perfecting the skills required to become a successful player. The best players can calculate odds and make decisions based off those stats, with a bit of research and a practice, that could be you. However, be sure to remember a casino is always going to do its best to take advantage of the player. All of the rules are based on mathematic principals, so master that side as best you can.

Develop your own strategy, something that will set you apart from your opponents, though of course, it must be a tried and tested strategy that actually works. The term strategy may make mastering poker seem more difficult than it can actually be, it’s basically a game plan. Similar to formations and systems in sport, they can become outdated (you know, who still plays 4-4-2?), but rather than rewriting the whole strategy, the best of players modify them ever so slightly, or sequence them together. The sole aim of your game plan should be to restrict your opponent as much as possible.

Test your strategy by starting off playing with friends. Crack open the beers if you wish, play with real chips, or whatever you have as an adequate replacement. It’s perhaps too early to start playing with real money, so this is just a friendly home game to get you acquainted with actually playing poker.
Now start playing online poker. The famous Royal Vegas Casino is a great way to test yourself and develop your skills. See you there.

According to research, the demand for enterprise mobile applications is on the rise, and is expected to do nothing but increase over the next few years. Demand for the development of applications is expected to increase five times faster than the availability of IT teams to meet the growing demand within the next two years. Companies are constantly finding new challenges in terms of how they organise themselves and structure their working processes due to the digital disruption that many organisations are having to tackle. With enterprise mobile applications now being the favoured solution, providing developers with the means to meet business requirements with less worry about infrastructure, it’s crucial for enterprise owners to find the right platform for their app development needs.

Quick Development

Choosing an app development platform which can handle the management of your enterprise application from start to finish is important. This gives you full control over the whole production cycle, right from the planning stages of design and development through to the app being rolled out. By ensuring that all the three main stages of the development are carried out in the same working environment, you can ensure a seamless process and optimise your resource requirements. Get in touch with these application developers from London for more information.

Reducing Production Costs

Organisations are constantly hit with the need to keep costs low, even for essential processes such as developing an enterprise app. Although a good, well-developed enterprise app may well increase your profits and reduce your costs in future, keeping development production costs as low as possible is essential to your bottom line. Mass-producing an enterprise app quickly becomes essential if it is to be central to your digital strategy, therefore choosing a development platform which allows you to pool development initiatives, reuse graphic components and automate repetitive tasks can keep costs as low as possible.

Best for Business

When developing an enterprise app, it’s important to create an application which is perfectly tailored to meet all the requirements of your business. Although many popular platforms will not allow you to create an app which is specifically for your business alone, getting in touch with a dedicated app development team will ensure that you achieve these results. Choose a platform and development team which will enable you to import your own data model, implement business processes and customise the app for your company. This way, you know that you have complete control over both the app interface and the user experience.

Updates and Upgrades

There’s no doubt that the digital world is moving at an extremely high pace, and there’s not always a guarantee that something which works well today will be as effective in the near future. Because of this, opting for an app development platform which offers updates and upgrades when needed to ensure that your enterprise app is up to the latest standards is vital to keep pace with changes in your market and company.

With the need for enterprise apps constantly on the rise, business owners looking to develop an enterprise app should ensure they choose the right platform for their needs.

Many entrepreneurs run several businesses or one business from multiple locations. This can pose logistical problems. One of the biggest problems is information. The entrepreneur or owner will want to know what is happening at the various enterprises at the various sites. Significant business data and information is held on the computers; the problem, at least in the past, has been how to bring all this information together so it can be accessed in one place or on one computer or device. There is a solution, and it comes in the form of ‘the cloud.’

The cloud, otherwise known as cloud computing, provides a virtual world where all the companies’ data and other essential information is stored and accessed via the internet. The cloud has become a key component for entrepreneurs such as Gavin Woodhouse, MBi Consulting.  Mr Woodhouse is the founder and principle shareholder of MBI, one of the fastest growing care home providers in the UK. He is also chairman and shareholder of Stada media group as well as Giant Hospitality and Ideal Student Accommodation. With a leading role in such a wide business portfolio the cloud gives him the opportunity to co-ordinate the activities within each of those companies.

Harnessing the cloud to run multi businesses is not difficult; there are companies that provide the necessary expertise and which offer the business cloud services and solutions required. However, before becoming involved, business owners will no doubt want to know the benefits offered by cloud computing.

One of the benefits of cloud-based services when running multi businesses is the flexibility – business owners can scale the services up or down in line with their requirements.

The loss of data can pose major problems for single enterprises and those problems can reach crisis level where multi businesses are concerned. However, with cloud services, backup and recovery is generally available.

Another benefit of the cloud is that it can help save money. Enterprises may spend cash on new software but eventually it will need updating. With cloud-based services, the software is automatically updated by the supplier, leaving the business owner and staff free to concentrate on their work. This is especially advantageous to principals of multi businesses as it saves the time and expense of having to install new software on every computer and then having to periodically update it.

What must be considered a key benefit when harnessing the cloud to run multi businesses is its ability to enable collaboration. The cloud includes apps for workflow and file sharing, which allows real-time updates across the various enterprises.

The cloud also allows business owners and staff to work from anywhere, such as from home. Obviously, this allows work to be undertaken and information to be accessed outside of normal office hours. If the cloud service also includes mobile apps this means work can be done while on the move – a big advantage on long journeys.

Other benefits the cloud offers to multi businesses include strict document control. With documents being worked on across various businesses, security needs to be tight to prevent them being seen by those not authorised to do so. Cloud computing also offers the advantage of enhanced security. Should  a laptop be lost, for example, the cloud serves as a repository for the data, rather than the device.

All the benefits offered by cloud-based systems give multi business owners competitive advantage over rivals, particularly in terms of money saved and the time saved in sharing information and data across the whole group.

There are still many opportunities to be had in the UK property market, assures Manish Chande, Clearbell Senior Partner and experienced investment expert. 

Amid reports of overheating in the south-east, he advocates that the smart thing to do is look further afield. He explains that the UK property market may be pausing for breath after the sustained period of recovery following the global financial crisis. However, he notes that the continued under supply of properties in many rental markets, particularly outside London, is likely be experienced for some time.

Chande is an authoritative voice on these matters. Alongside his current role with Clearbell Capital was previously a board director at Land Securities.

There’s a clear regional element to consider in the current UK market, he explains. On one hand, a softening in the market may bring forward mispriced opportunities in London. Meanwhile, the yield spread between prime and secondary in the regions remains three times the levels in the six years preceding the 2008 crisis.

The north of England is likely to be a key growth area, believes Chande. Rather than writing off real estate across Britain, smart investors will be looking for opportunities across the country’s regions. The north is fertile ground for this, with attractive valuations that he believes have a good upside potential. Government funding continues to flow in for transport and infrastructure, and this should soon translate to significant improvements.

With this in mind Chande advises investors to look to the past for future growth. As transport links with London, and other cities in the north improve, he expects to see the number of companies moving to the regions increase. Now is the time to plan for this growth, snapping up well-located office space to cater for new businesses and their staff. 

The area’s industrial heritage, particularly warehouses, are ripe for regeneration. Following the mould of successful projects outside of city centres such as Salford Quays and Liverpool Docks, large industrial buildings can bring significant opportunities. The combination of large square footage and their easy commuting distance from population centres make them particularly attractive.

Under Chande's leadership, Clearbell’s approach is to capitalise on these types of untapped pockets of real estate with clear potential. Its current investments are varied in nature and include offices, warehouses, residential property, industrial facilities, retail outlets and hotels. Chande advocates an intense approach to asset management, where the goal is to unlock value throughout the life of the investment.

And it seems the investment vehicle is an attractive prospect. Clearbell’s recent launch of a real estate fund brought of £400 million in equity and £100 million in co-invest, mostly from pension funds, endowments and high net worth individuals. Chande notes the spread of investors in this fund was particularly diverse, bringing interest from the US, Australia, South Africa, the UK and mainland Europe.

This highlights a new phenomenon says the expert, as institutional investors continue to focus on real estate. This is mainly because they are being fastidious about their choices and favouring experienced fund managers with a long track record. With three decades of successful projects and an impressive return under his belt, Chande would seem an obvious choice.

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