How Will VR and AR Impact on the Digital Workplace?

Keeping up to speed on the next big thing is no longer a luxury for organisations with ambition and drive – it’s a commercial necessity. Many pundits believe that the big trend to watch is something you may have previously dismissed as only relevant for gaming and big-spend advertising – Virtual and Augmented Reality. Such…

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6 Benefits of E-learning for the Healthcare Sector in 2018

The popularity of e-learning is on the rise, and it’s little wonder when you consider the many benefits it has for businesses across a range of sectors. Increasingly, companies in the healthcare sector are implementing e-learning capabilities into their intranet software to manage staff training needs and ensure that all staff have the knowledge they…

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How to Induce Gamification in Your Digital Workspace

By introducing a gamification system to your digital workplace, you can drastically increase your team’s productivity. All aspects of your business can benefit from varying degrees of gamification – but focusing on e-learning produces the most impressive results. Without proper motivation and accountability, your carefully designed e-learning course can easily fall by the wayside in…

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Is Your Digital Workplace Overdue to be Decluttered?

It could be that you feel pretty confident that you are staying ahead in the race to implement new technology and maintain a competitive edge. Possibly you have been investing in new systems for some years. This could be particularly true if your organisation is a composite, created by a series of mergers or acquisitions,…

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9 Advantages of Task Management Software for the Marketing Project Team

If your marketing department still relies on white boards, myriad online software applications, note pads, and simple human memory, it could be time for you to enter the modern era of the digital workplace. But could a bespoke task management software suite really replace the traditional way of running your marketing projects? Here are nine…

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Companies Improve People Power With Their Own Social Network

At one time, companies saw social media as the “enemy” of productivity. There was a stampede of policies put into place to ensure employees did not bring the company into disrepute with their posts and pictures. And, mechanisms were created to limit opportunities for staff to use the workplace as a venue for their fascination…

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Flexible Learning: Why it’s Effective

For most people, education hasn’t been the centre of positive learning they thought they would experience. From less than stellar times at school to finding out how easy it is to slack off in college, regimented learning routines certainly aren’t the route to happiness and prosperity for everyone. And that’s part of the reason why,…

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Encouraging Project Productivity and Motivation with the Digital Workplace

In the modern office, there are a million and one things going on at any given minute – and with the tendency for most businesses to work in an open-plan space, for those working on projects or longer-term goals it can be challenging to stay focused, productive and motivated. With progress reports, confusing meetings and…

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HR and the Digital Workplace

People are what makes the business world go round, and HR teams are the managers. There’s nothing more important than staying connected and digital collaboration software is a great way to bring your HR team together. It can be used to manage tasks and work streams, provide training and software and, most importantly, it brings…

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Is the Paperless Office Finally Ready to Happen?

About 20 years ago, computer magazines were full of stories promising the paperless office of the computer. Like many predictions, this failed to take off. Back in the day, computer systems simply weren’t sophisticated enough to make document storage and retrieval quick and easy. Whilst many intranet and IT managers were loath to admit it,…

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