Archive for the ‘Internal communications’ Category

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Business VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) is set to become one of the most exciting additions to telecommunication technology in recent years.

The traditional land lines of old are quickly reaching their extinction date. Have you heard of VoIP? Perhaps it’s time to see what this system can do for you.

A comprehensive list of the personality disorders that have been annoying us all online. GO AWAY! From trolls, to the needy, to the downright spammy.

Discussing just what makes a laptop an ultrabook, and the performance you can expect from these amazingly portable devices.

It’s becoming harder and harder to seal up all the loose ends of data. This may take a re-imagining of the way you handle your in-house data management and distribution policy.

Why you need to have a BYOD policy and how it can improve employee productivity while reducing security fears. And tips to create a good BYOD policy.

I’m sure everyone will have heard about the problems with the Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest and Ulster Bank in the past week. .Lessons are needed to be learnt from this and I’m sure some heads will roll too. I believe businesses can also learn from this complete failure as well.

More and more people these days are running live webcasts, for many reasons e.g. to raise awareness of products and services, or to provide much needed training to customers or employees. In this blog post I will cover some things that you should do when planning and communicating your session. I will also share some of the things that you should do in the hours and minutes leading up to the start of the session.

This is a common comment / question asked by both company CEOs and heads of IT, as they seek to ensure that enhanced services are provided by their IT teams…