Archives for: 2016

Innovations in technology have given us a host of ways to share, replicate and store documents – from printing and photocopying, through to scanning, faxing and email. In the past, each of these functions has required a different machine. This… Read more

“I want my books sold on airport book stalls” – Stephen Hawking Is there a greater feeling than that of going on holiday? I remember the rush as child, waking up in the morning, realising I did not need to… Read more

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“Social Media is about the people! Not about your business. Provide for the people and the people will provide for you.” – Matt Goulart, CEO Ignite Digital For a few years now, social media has completely changed the business environment… Read more

The recent ‘click-to-brick’ phenomenon taking the retail world by storm sees e-retailers making the move from the online forum to physical stores on the high street. Brands develop their virtual presence and credibility online and later move into the physical… Read more

Studies show that sitting at your desk for long periods of time is not good for your health. Even with ergonomic products and computer stations set up correctly, there’s still more you could be doing. Physical activity is good for… Read more

Our mobile devices mean we are constantly connected and contactable – by friends and colleagues alike. This has blurred the boundaries between our personal and professional lives. In response to this, many organisations are moving towards agile working – where… Read more