Security & Transformation Go Hand in Hand

Charities and non for profits were thrown into the pit of digital transformation by Covid 19. Many have managed to continue working, and they are now slowly generating their funds again. National charities may have the technical wherewithal to protect their much needed funds and data but the smaller more local charities have had to […]

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App Technology May Help Us To Take To The Skies Again

As the thought of the reduction of the impact of Covid begins to solidify allowing everyone to try and return to the life they once recognised it would be easy to think that digital innovation had now played its part in delivering us through. Working from home appears to be the “go to” example of […]

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Wellness Program Ideas For Remote Employees

Now, more than ever, anxiety is running really high. People are becoming more and more fed up and it can be critical to reinforce company culture at a time when there’s a lot of stress and uncertainty. With most employees stuck in their homes, staying active and relieving stress can be particularly difficult, but company-run […]

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The Paperless Office Agenda

The paperless office is back on the agenda – virtually of course! For many years, business owners and managers have been striving to achieve using less paper in their workplace. The new work from home norm has demonstrated that this can easily be achieved. There was a fear that efficiency would suffer or that the […]

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Digital Transformation Industry Focus: Medical

Health service providers had always identified the opportunities for technology to support the health and social care sector but it appears to have taken the pandemic to provide the catalyst. It’s likely that the first questions from your doctor’s surgery or medical centre have now changed when an appointment is required. No longer will medical […]

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Government Pledges £7.5m to support E-Rostering in NHS trusts

Minister for Care, Helen Whately announces £7.5 million to support digital shift scheduling across 38 NHS trusts, allowing staff to spend more time with patients The investment is part of a £26 million national fund to have all NHS doctors, nurses and other clinical staff on e-rostering systems by 2021, shown to be particularly invaluable […]

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Digital Transformation Industry Focus: Sales & Recruitment

There is a new term in the HR industry; hybrid recruitment. As much as face to face recruitment continues to take place, it has dwindled considerably by the onset of the pandemic. Companies and recruiters alike are increasingly using digital strategies to recruit into vacant positions in order to keep open vacancies low. The main […]

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Refreshingly Unrefreshing

Not, as it might appear, a slogan for a new nighttime sleep-assisting beverage, but a reference to the predilection of both companies and individuals continuously to refresh their technology without actually considering whether it is necessary. Do you have a “that drawer” in your kitchen?  I’m sure you do, a sort of elephant’s graveyard of […]

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Digital Transformation Industry Focus: Charities

With charities of all shapes and sizes struggling to cope during the pandemic, more and more have been forced to turn to technology to survive. But charities shouldn’t turn to technology just to maintain a charity; it can also help to rebuild its funds. Recent research has shown that more than three quarters of charities […]

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