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The rise of robotic process automation (RPA) in the workplace

Increasing productivity, agility, and job satisfaction, technology is heralded for its ability to transform the workplace into somewhere people want to excel and succeed. It is helping to streamline processes, remove geographical barriers, enhance communication, and improve customer service.  

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How to attract and retain millennials in the workplace

It seems the media has concluded that your year of birth unequivocally shapes your character.

If you were born between 1985 and 1995, you're destined to be narcissistic, entitled, lazy and over-sensitive. You spend your weekends frequenting the trendiest brunch cafe, smashing avocado onto your toast, and adding more indoor house plants to your collection.

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Why do workers thrive in a coworking space?

Coworking spaces are gaining traction across the globe, and it’s easy to see why.

With benefits ranging from enhanced creativity, innovation, and collaboration, it’s the fastest growing work trend of the decade.

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Cyber security threats you need to be aware of

The news is fraught with malevolent stories about the dark web, hacking scandals and cyber criminals, but how much do we really know?

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Are you doing everything you can to avoid a data breach?

In light of recent revelations of the Cambridge Analytica data exploitation case, many are left feeling dubious about the privacy and protection of their data.

Tech giants in particular have come under the firing line when it comes to how they handle and protect their customers' data.

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What GDPR means for the Internet of things

When considering privacy in relation to the Internet of Things (IoT), it begs the question: how do we control, monitor and manage the huge amount of data being gathered by the devices we use and interact with? 

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Intelligent buildings: beyond HVAC

For many, location is no longer the primary measure of building value.

The design features of an intelligent building embrace digital technology and go beyond aesthetics and comfort.

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Five nines in the cloud: what it means for your business

I'm pretty sure that at some point in all of our careers, we've experienced the hassle of a system outage. The frustration of being able to do nothing but watch as a technician is called out, working his way around each machine, running diagnosis' and upgrades.

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Why choose cloud computing for your law firm?

This could well be a question you’re asking yourself, which is what brought you to this blog post.

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How the cloud is changing our future

Remember a time, around 1995, when leading tech providers such as IBM introduced an innovative new hard drive - one that had around a gigabyte of storage (enough to hold around 25 songs), and cost a mere £3,000?

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Public cloud security still a concern for business leaders

Despite the growing number of businesses migrating to the cloud, many leaders remain reluctant to make the move.

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How the Danish have perfected flexible working

Scandinavian proverbs ‘Hygge’, ‘Lykke’, and ‘Lagom’ have garnered armies of inspired advocates across the world. Epitomising the lifestyle aspirations of the mindful hipster, they are enriching the mindsets of trend-setters and online influencers across the world.

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What to consider before investing in AV technology

Video calls, Facetime, Skype. They've earnt their status as the giants of real-time interaction. They're portable, agile, and user friendly. They eliminate the obstacles of location, time, and culture, enabling us to tune in and out of conversations across the globe. And pretty much anyone can use, or access them.

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How does an intelligent building improve business efficiency?

When it comes to running a business, there are costs which simply can't be avoided. Property, staff, benefits, materials, and technology, to name a few. 

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4 inspiring examples of intelligent buildings

Intelligent building development is becoming an important topic for the commercial real estate market. By leveraging smart technologies such as cloud computing, landlords can transform a standard building into one that is intuitive, self-restoring, and sustainable. The development of intelligent buildings is about using information technology to shape both the way we work and the spaces in which we do it.

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Private vs public cloud computing: what's the difference?

More and more businesses are moving away from on-premise IT solutions to cloud computing, with key benefits including increased scalability, more agile working, and even security.

But organisations considering cloud solutions are faced with a choice: to utilise a public cloud, or deploy a private cloud.

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How hosted applications are promoting collaboration

With the rise of flexible working styles, bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, and collaboration with freelancers, the demand for business IT agility is greater than ever. 

Businesses need to be IT future-proof, not least to ride the wave of the digital revolution, but also to foster the evolving mindset of the modern-day professional.

Read More >

The rise of robotic process automation (RPA) in the workplace

Increasing productivity, agility, and job satisfaction, technology is heralded for its ability to transform the workplace into somewhere people want to excel and succeed. It is helping to streamline processes, remove geographical barriers, enhance communication, and improve customer service.  

Read More >

How to attract and retain millennials in the workplace

It seems the media has concluded that your year of birth unequivocally shapes your character.

If you were born between 1985 and 1995, you're destined to be narcissistic, entitled, lazy and over-sensitive. You spend your weekends frequenting the trendiest brunch cafe, smashing avocado onto your toast, and adding more indoor house plants to your collection.

Read More >

Why do workers thrive in a coworking space?

Coworking spaces are gaining traction across the globe, and it’s easy to see why.

With benefits ranging from enhanced creativity, innovation, and collaboration, it’s the fastest growing work trend of the decade.

Read More >

Cyber security threats you need to be aware of

The news is fraught with malevolent stories about the dark web, hacking scandals and cyber criminals, but how much do we really know?

Read More >

Are you doing everything you can to avoid a data breach?

In light of recent revelations of the Cambridge Analytica data exploitation case, many are left feeling dubious about the privacy and protection of their data.

Tech giants in particular have come under the firing line when it comes to how they handle and protect their customers' data.

Read More >

What GDPR means for the Internet of things

When considering privacy in relation to the Internet of Things (IoT), it begs the question: how do we control, monitor and manage the huge amount of data being gathered by the devices we use and interact with? 

Read More >

Intelligent buildings: beyond HVAC

For many, location is no longer the primary measure of building value.

The design features of an intelligent building embrace digital technology and go beyond aesthetics and comfort.

Read More >

Five nines in the cloud: what it means for your business

I'm pretty sure that at some point in all of our careers, we've experienced the hassle of a system outage. The frustration of being able to do nothing but watch as a technician is called out, working his way around each machine, running diagnosis' and upgrades.

Read More >

Why choose cloud computing for your law firm?

This could well be a question you’re asking yourself, which is what brought you to this blog post.

Read More >

How the cloud is changing our future

Remember a time, around 1995, when leading tech providers such as IBM introduced an innovative new hard drive - one that had around a gigabyte of storage (enough to hold around 25 songs), and cost a mere £3,000?

Read More >

Public cloud security still a concern for business leaders

Despite the growing number of businesses migrating to the cloud, many leaders remain reluctant to make the move.

Read More >

How the Danish have perfected flexible working

Scandinavian proverbs ‘Hygge’, ‘Lykke’, and ‘Lagom’ have garnered armies of inspired advocates across the world. Epitomising the lifestyle aspirations of the mindful hipster, they are enriching the mindsets of trend-setters and online influencers across the world.

Read More >

What to consider before investing in AV technology

Video calls, Facetime, Skype. They've earnt their status as the giants of real-time interaction. They're portable, agile, and user friendly. They eliminate the obstacles of location, time, and culture, enabling us to tune in and out of conversations across the globe. And pretty much anyone can use, or access them.

Read More >

How does an intelligent building improve business efficiency?

When it comes to running a business, there are costs which simply can't be avoided. Property, staff, benefits, materials, and technology, to name a few. 

Read More >

4 inspiring examples of intelligent buildings

Intelligent building development is becoming an important topic for the commercial real estate market. By leveraging smart technologies such as cloud computing, landlords can transform a standard building into one that is intuitive, self-restoring, and sustainable. The development of intelligent buildings is about using information technology to shape both the way we work and the spaces in which we do it.

Read More >

Private vs public cloud computing: what's the difference?

More and more businesses are moving away from on-premise IT solutions to cloud computing, with key benefits including increased scalability, more agile working, and even security.

But organisations considering cloud solutions are faced with a choice: to utilise a public cloud, or deploy a private cloud.

Read More >

How hosted applications are promoting collaboration

With the rise of flexible working styles, bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, and collaboration with freelancers, the demand for business IT agility is greater than ever. 

Businesses need to be IT future-proof, not least to ride the wave of the digital revolution, but also to foster the evolving mindset of the modern-day professional.

Read More >