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    Demystifying hybrid events

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    Glaziers Hall work with you to deliver the right level of AV / Hybrid functionality, as it is easy to rack up costs in this area. When businesses return to the workplace or have events, it will be in smaller numbers. Bringing teams together virtually and face to face will be important – allowing people, […]

    Software firms of all sizes have a duty to teach technical skills to the next generation

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    Nurturing skills such as coding is not purely the responsibility of big tech firms and educators; all businesses should play their part. Technical skills – particularly coding – are frequently cited as being crucial to the future prospects of the younger generation. Despite the importance ascribed to teaching such skills, software organisations both large and […]

    65% of UK companies see digital skills shortfall as biggest business challenge in 2021

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    Almost two-thirds of businesses see a digital skills shortfall as one of the most significant challenges facing their company in 2021. This is according to new research from the FTSE 250 professional services firm, FDM Group. The data was obtained via a Censuswide poll of 200 business decision-makers in large and medium sized companies, which surveyed […]

    VIDEOS: Event tech and hybrid events at Church House Westminster

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    Church House Westminster is an approved Covid-Secure multi-purpose venue offering a choice of 19 versatile hybrid studios in the heart of Central London. By utilising event technology, Church House Westminster can ensure that meetings and conferences that require real-time engagement continue without interruption. Alternative event delivery methods are top of the agenda. To ensure that […]

    Gallery exhibitions for lockdown art lovers

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    GalleriesNow.net, the team behind the 5* rated VR exhibitions app ArtPassport, reveals an even more immersive viewing experience of the worlds best gallery exhibitions for lockdown art lovers. Although Virtual Reality has existed in many forms for years, ArtPassport has been the pioneer of VR exhibitions since 2017, connecting thousands of artists and galleries to wider […]

    REVIEW: App of the month

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    Plandisc, is the world’s first digital, shareable and interactive circular planning tool. In Scandinavia a circular calendar (referred to as a disk or wheel) is often used in business to help plan annual activities across an organisation. Plandisc has brought this idea to the UK along with Microsoft integrations to help PAs, EAs, VAs and […]

    Planning Steams Ahead For 2021 With 45% Uplift In Plandisc Users  

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    The digital change brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic has changed companies’ adoption of technology and transformed business and the way we work forever.  Plandisc, the world’s first digital and interactive circular planning tool, reports a 45% increase in users relying on Plandisc’s tool for 2021 across December 2020 and January 2021 compared to the […]

    App of the month review coming soon…

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    Helping to keep the wheels of business turning, technology has become vital in these challenging times. From Zoom and Microsoft Teams to Nifty and Otter.ai, we are all looking for ways to increase our productivity through technology and that is way PA Life has launched ‘App of the month’. Plandisc, is the world’s first digital […]

    Digital Skills: A Key Element For PAs Wishing To Rise Up Their Career Ladder

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    By Cassie Elias Digital-first initiatives have become a priority for top companies across the globe, with around 70% of companies currently having a digital strategy in place or being in the process of commencing one. These strategies involve not only the adoption of cutting-edge technologies such as AI, cloud, and blockchain, but also involve creating the right […]

    Home working Brits say 22% of video calls freeze

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    Work from home Brits have had to put up with 22 per cent of the video calls they do freezing, and 15 per cent cutting out altogether – because of bad Wi-Fi, a study has found. Research polling 2,000 adults found they have done an average of five video calls a week since the start […]