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Chris Coupe

Chris Coupe

Chris is a director at RunTech. Having spent six years in business development and management, he plays an invaluable role in seeking out new opportunities and driving the company forward.

Recent Posts

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.

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.

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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.

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 >

What are the security advantages of cloud computing?

It may have taken instances of ransomware and malware to almost triple in recent years, but businesses are finally starting to recognise just how serious digital security is.

Not just for personal identity, but for the overall success and maintenance of a business.

Read More >

4 tips to make 'agile working' work

Flexi-time, gymnastic jobs, agile working. They’re more than just trendy terms.

The entire concept is redefining the ‘office’.

Work is no longer considered a place you ‘go’ but rather something you ‘do’.

Read More >

Your office anywhere: 20 benefits of remote working

Technology is enabling remote working solutions to become a reality.

Performing your daily tasks anywhere other than the office - be that on the train, between sales pitches, on the road, or whilst your 1 year old takes a nap - can all be classed as remote working.

Read More >

Shaping the future of our digital culture

The application of any digital transformation is driven by company culture, or perhaps should be. To effectively implement a switch to, for example, an agile, cloud-based approach to work, a company’s values must be conducive to flexibility, mobility and education.

Read More >

A 5-minute tour of desktop virtualisation for growing businesses

Today work is more than just an office job. It’s a last-minute email sent on the way in; a conference call joined from a business trip; a project handed in from an off-site meeting. Work is everywhere, which is why your team works best when it has easy access to data and applications from as many devices as possible.

Read More >

A 5-minute tour of application virtualisation for growing businesses

Most growing businesses are realizing the advantages of using cloud-based business applications. They’re using apps like ShareFile and Asana to coordinate their projects and accelerate their workflows.

Read More >

File sharing made easy for growing businesses

Collaboration is easy when you’ve got a handful of people on your team. No need to chase down projects across departments, no waiting around for a swarm of feedback. Business is swift and agile – it’s what makes your small team special.

Read More >

Three Big Security Lessons for Growing Businesses

Ransomware is the fastest-growing and most pervasive cyber threat in the world. Recently, it has infected the likes of FedEx, Deutsche Bahn and Britain’s National Health Service.

Read More >
Chris Coupe

Chris Coupe

Chris is a director at RunTech. Having spent six years in business development and management, he plays an invaluable role in seeking out new opportunities and driving the company forward.

Recent Posts

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 >

What are the security advantages of cloud computing?

It may have taken instances of ransomware and malware to almost triple in recent years, but businesses are finally starting to recognise just how serious digital security is.

Not just for personal identity, but for the overall success and maintenance of a business.

Read More >

4 tips to make 'agile working' work

Flexi-time, gymnastic jobs, agile working. They’re more than just trendy terms.

The entire concept is redefining the ‘office’.

Work is no longer considered a place you ‘go’ but rather something you ‘do’.

Read More >

Your office anywhere: 20 benefits of remote working

Technology is enabling remote working solutions to become a reality.

Performing your daily tasks anywhere other than the office - be that on the train, between sales pitches, on the road, or whilst your 1 year old takes a nap - can all be classed as remote working.

Read More >

Shaping the future of our digital culture

The application of any digital transformation is driven by company culture, or perhaps should be. To effectively implement a switch to, for example, an agile, cloud-based approach to work, a company’s values must be conducive to flexibility, mobility and education.

Read More >

A 5-minute tour of desktop virtualisation for growing businesses

Today work is more than just an office job. It’s a last-minute email sent on the way in; a conference call joined from a business trip; a project handed in from an off-site meeting. Work is everywhere, which is why your team works best when it has easy access to data and applications from as many devices as possible.

Read More >

A 5-minute tour of application virtualisation for growing businesses

Most growing businesses are realizing the advantages of using cloud-based business applications. They’re using apps like ShareFile and Asana to coordinate their projects and accelerate their workflows.

Read More >

File sharing made easy for growing businesses

Collaboration is easy when you’ve got a handful of people on your team. No need to chase down projects across departments, no waiting around for a swarm of feedback. Business is swift and agile – it’s what makes your small team special.

Read More >

Three Big Security Lessons for Growing Businesses

Ransomware is the fastest-growing and most pervasive cyber threat in the world. Recently, it has infected the likes of FedEx, Deutsche Bahn and Britain’s National Health Service.

Read More >