Here are some important ways this approach to IT can help you achieve your business objectives quickly and successfully.
Diagnosing patients remotely is no longer the stuff of sci-fi – it’s an increasingly common reality. Does this mean the days of the humble doctor’s office are over? Here’s what you need to know about telemedicine and how it’s changing the world of healthcare.
One of the few industries in the world that will never see budget cuts is security. As the world grows ever more complex and connected, our valuable information is increasingly exposed to malicious actors around the world.
Imagine a scenario when you're out and about, but need to print something urgently. Mobile printing makes this easy to do from any smartphone or laptop with an internet connection
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Digital collaboration: The key to innovation, productivity and results.
Digital technology might have transformed the modern workplace, but every innovation inevitably throws up its own set of obstacles to overcome.
Small and medium-size businesses need to compete despite smaller budgets and fewer resources. How can they get their hands on the technology they need without breaking the bank?
Imagine if patients could swallow pill-sized sensors that provide real-time information to doctors and other health professionals, or if a nanodevice could track the growth of a tumour.
Phishing attacks have been around since the 1990s, but they’re still causing trouble for SMEs across the globe. All it takes is one misplaced click from an unwary employee to give attackers the keys to your most sensitive data, or cause mass service outages.
Advanced technologies are increasingly allowing organisations to capture and analyse large sets of data on customers and employees, transforming the way they do business. But what of the ethical concerns? SMBs need to manage these challenges to stay on the right side of the law and drive closer relationships with staff and clients.
The key to workplace productivity is equipping your people with the best tools for the job, which includes putting the right tech at their fingertips.
With so many colours in the rainbow, why limit your business to dull black and white printing? Research tells us that colour has numerous psychological benefits when it comes to printing internal and external business documents. Understanding when to use colours and for which audience can ultimately help your brand engage with your clients on a deeper level and evoke the right responses.