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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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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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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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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 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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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.

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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.

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Technology Is Changing Business - Or Is Business Changing Technology?

One of our key takeaways from last week’s excellent Citrix Partner Accelerator event was the question above.  The technological version of “the chicken or the egg” dilemma, one might say.  

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Gloom Or Boom? The Future For London Property After Brexit

Business always plays out against a backdrop of national and international politics.  Each inevitably has a far-reaching impact on the other.  In few instances has that been more evident than following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union.  

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2017: The End Of Cloud Computing? Think Again...

When a new year comes around, we often consider what lies ahead professionally for the next twelve months – as we nestle back into normal working routines.  For each individual, this will be largely unique, according to their own industries and ambitions.  

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Building Smart Offices: The Logistics Of Integrating Business Technology

When the phrase “smart building” crops up in an article, it usually comes accompanied with the same example function: how the heating and lighting can be controlled inside one.

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When The Cloud Turned Data Security Into Its Greatest Advantage

A recent episode of Have I Got News For You made light of news stories that the Russian government planned to hack into Western networks through everyday devices.  Kettles, toasters and so on. 

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Why High-Performance Buildings Matter To A Business

Virgin Media completed their Innovation Center building, within the Rocky Mountain Institute in Colorado, in February 2016.  In doing so, they set a precedent for high-performance buildings across the business world.  

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How Millennial Habits Shape The Agile Workplace Of The Future

The term “millennial” has come to refer more to a young person’s character than simply their age group.  Unfortunately, it is quite often used in a none too positive light.  

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The AV Event: How To Attract The Audience Of The 21st Century

As far back as the days of Neanderthals, man has looked for ways to visually represent his thoughts.  It has historically been a prime means of effective communication.  

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92% Cloud: Determining The Workloads Of The 2020s

Where technology develops on a consistent basis, it can be difficult to pinpoint what the commercial workloads of the future should – or will – look like.  Nonetheless, IT giant Cisco is a more credible source than most on the subject.  

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 >

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 >

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 >

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 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 >

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 >

Technology Is Changing Business - Or Is Business Changing Technology?

One of our key takeaways from last week’s excellent Citrix Partner Accelerator event was the question above.  The technological version of “the chicken or the egg” dilemma, one might say.  

Read More >

Gloom Or Boom? The Future For London Property After Brexit

Business always plays out against a backdrop of national and international politics.  Each inevitably has a far-reaching impact on the other.  In few instances has that been more evident than following the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union.  

Read More >

2017: The End Of Cloud Computing? Think Again...

When a new year comes around, we often consider what lies ahead professionally for the next twelve months – as we nestle back into normal working routines.  For each individual, this will be largely unique, according to their own industries and ambitions.  

Read More >

Building Smart Offices: The Logistics Of Integrating Business Technology

When the phrase “smart building” crops up in an article, it usually comes accompanied with the same example function: how the heating and lighting can be controlled inside one.

Read More >

When The Cloud Turned Data Security Into Its Greatest Advantage

A recent episode of Have I Got News For You made light of news stories that the Russian government planned to hack into Western networks through everyday devices.  Kettles, toasters and so on. 

Read More >

Why High-Performance Buildings Matter To A Business

Virgin Media completed their Innovation Center building, within the Rocky Mountain Institute in Colorado, in February 2016.  In doing so, they set a precedent for high-performance buildings across the business world.  

Read More >

How Millennial Habits Shape The Agile Workplace Of The Future

The term “millennial” has come to refer more to a young person’s character than simply their age group.  Unfortunately, it is quite often used in a none too positive light.  

Read More >

The AV Event: How To Attract The Audience Of The 21st Century

As far back as the days of Neanderthals, man has looked for ways to visually represent his thoughts.  It has historically been a prime means of effective communication.  

Read More >

92% Cloud: Determining The Workloads Of The 2020s

Where technology develops on a consistent basis, it can be difficult to pinpoint what the commercial workloads of the future should – or will – look like.  Nonetheless, IT giant Cisco is a more credible source than most on the subject.  

Read More >