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    Is your company prepared for future technology?

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    Technology is continuing to change, and companies have had to adapt quickly to keep relevant in the shifting landscape, but just how has it altered the way we see the business world? Business Energy comparison specialist Love Energy Savings has investigated the changes in tech and has spoken to industry experts to identify the best […]

    App of the Week: Zipongo

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    Welcome back to our weekly spotlight on helpful apps. We focus on a variety of products that are useful for work, personal use, or both, providing our own thoughts on the apps and what you can do with them. This week we eat healthier with Zipongo. An intro to Zipongo When you’re busy at work […]

    91% of Brits at risk of burnout due to gadget obsession

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    The obsession with technology that keeps us constantly connected is putting the British working population at risk of burnout, with a staggering 91% failing to establish a healthy work-life balance because they refuse to turn off their devices. A survey by ElectricTobacconist.co.uk as part of the UK Gadget Usage Report 2017 reveals that as many […]

    How to keep your business safe online

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    Companies are facing more threats than ever before when venturing online, with almost a third of British workers not even aware of the cyber security put in place to protect their companies, according to Expert Security UK. As some companies are even knowingly leaving themselves vulnerable to security threats, the team at Expert Security UK […]

    App of the week: Slack

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    Welcome back to our weekly spotlight on helpful apps. We focus on a variety of products that are useful for work, personal use, or both, providing our own thoughts on the apps and what you can do with them. This week we get social in the office with Slack. An intro to Slack As the […]

    Ex-employees are the biggest threat to British businesses

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    British businesses aren’t keeping themselves protected against data attacks, according to a new study. Identity management provider OneLogin has revealed that former employees are a major yet silent security risk, with many IT supervisors aware that ex-workers can still access the corporate network. More than half of workers who leave a company don’t lose their […]

    30 Euston Square introduces online booking system

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    Event organisers looking for a simple yet instantaneous result in their search for central London meeting spaces or private dining can now make bookings directly through 30 Euston Square’s website. The revolutionary new system provides greater flexibility and an immediate response, making it easier than ever to book the venue’s 18 modern ground-floor meeting rooms, […]

    Businesses say staff hesitant to adopt digital practices

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    A new report highlights some of the greatest challenges organisations are facing as they approach the next digital frontier, one of which is a lack of willingness from employees to adopt to new practices. The ‘State of the Digital Nation’ report by Agilisys, a specialist for the public sector, draws on findings from a survey […]

    Worst LinkedIn mistakes revealed

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    LinkedIn is becoming a major factor in the recruiting process. Searching an applicant’s name online will usually lead to finding their LinkedIn profile topping of the page, so making sure your profile is up to scratch is vital. Examining the worst LinkedIn profiles found by recruiters, the Fast Company has listed how to avoid the […]

    Lack of digital skills harming UK productivity

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    A lack of digital skills among the UK workforce is causing problems in the boardroom and contributing to low productivity, a new survey suggests. The average British worker still regularly fails to set up presentations without support from the IT department, according to a survey of IT professionals conducted by independent research agency Vanson Bourne […]