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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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How We Can Build A Smart City Of London For The Future

The City of London currently plays host to some of the most successful, ambitious and forward-thinking businesses on the planet.  These are, after all, necessary characteristics for any business to even afford real estate rates in the UK capital.  

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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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Wi-Fi Wonders: The Best Solutions To Business Connectivity

Pinocchio made a big comeback over Christmas.  Like Johnny Rotten and the Muppets before him, he has eschewed traditional show business to appear in a television advert.  

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Why Workplace Strategy Matters To Any Size Of Business

Spending one’s own time casually chatting with friends is one of life’s pleasures. It just so happens that, ironically, work all too commonly ends up a conversation piece. 

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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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Industrial Spaces: A Business Resource Too Valuable To Waste

Let us consider the bare bones of the modern workspace.  Much of the discussion around what constitutes the optimum workspace focuses heavily on internal features such as colours, plants or furniture.  

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Augmented Reality: Changing The Surroundings of Business

The original concept of augmented reality allegedly comes from an unusual source.  That source is L. Frank Baum, author of children’s classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  (More interesting than the film, in my opinion, and those ruby slippers were supposed to be silver.)  

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On The Road: A Day In The Life Of An Agile Worker

Forrest Gump would be proud of how much running around the contemporary employee does.  Most of us are now familiar with the feeling of being rushed off our feet, all in the name of service to the company that employs us.  

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Real-Time Interaction: Bring Your Absent Colleague Into The Office!

When someone cannot attend an internal business meeting, one of two things classically occurs.  That person might receive a

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The Future Of Work: How To Energise Your Staff For Greater Output

“Use the rod, beat the child, that’s my motto!” roared Pam Ferris, playing infamous headmistress Miss Trunchbull in cult classic film Matilda.  Motivational techniques have thankfully moved on a little since.

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Why The Cloud Will Be The Business World’s Default IT Platform

Let us consider the curious custom of the escalator.  On one side, you may stand still and patiently wait for it to carry you to your end destination.  On the other side, you are permitted to blaze up and down the thing like a sugar-fuelled cheetah

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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.

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 >

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 >

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 >

How We Can Build A Smart City Of London For The Future

The City of London currently plays host to some of the most successful, ambitious and forward-thinking businesses on the planet.  These are, after all, necessary characteristics for any business to even afford real estate rates in the UK capital.  

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 >

Wi-Fi Wonders: The Best Solutions To Business Connectivity

Pinocchio made a big comeback over Christmas.  Like Johnny Rotten and the Muppets before him, he has eschewed traditional show business to appear in a television advert.  

Read More >

Why Workplace Strategy Matters To Any Size Of Business

Spending one’s own time casually chatting with friends is one of life’s pleasures. It just so happens that, ironically, work all too commonly ends up a conversation piece. 

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 >

Industrial Spaces: A Business Resource Too Valuable To Waste

Let us consider the bare bones of the modern workspace.  Much of the discussion around what constitutes the optimum workspace focuses heavily on internal features such as colours, plants or furniture.  

Read More >

Augmented Reality: Changing The Surroundings of Business

The original concept of augmented reality allegedly comes from an unusual source.  That source is L. Frank Baum, author of children’s classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  (More interesting than the film, in my opinion, and those ruby slippers were supposed to be silver.)  

Read More >

On The Road: A Day In The Life Of An Agile Worker

Forrest Gump would be proud of how much running around the contemporary employee does.  Most of us are now familiar with the feeling of being rushed off our feet, all in the name of service to the company that employs us.  

Read More >

Real-Time Interaction: Bring Your Absent Colleague Into The Office!

When someone cannot attend an internal business meeting, one of two things classically occurs.  That person might receive a

Read More >

The Future Of Work: How To Energise Your Staff For Greater Output

“Use the rod, beat the child, that’s my motto!” roared Pam Ferris, playing infamous headmistress Miss Trunchbull in cult classic film Matilda.  Motivational techniques have thankfully moved on a little since.

Read More >

Why The Cloud Will Be The Business World’s Default IT Platform

Let us consider the curious custom of the escalator.  On one side, you may stand still and patiently wait for it to carry you to your end destination.  On the other side, you are permitted to blaze up and down the thing like a sugar-fuelled cheetah

Read More >