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Workshare Pi

By Holly Mills, Marketing
Workshare Pi

The Whitechapel Centre19

Last week we announced the launch of our new Workshare Pi initiative with Tower Hamlets Integrated Youth and Community Services (IYCS), where we’re taking 40 young people between the ages of 15 and 18 within the borough of Tower Hamlets and...

Dude, Where’s My Data?

By Stacey Garcia, Product Marketing | Categories: Data Security
Dude, Where’s My Data?

In light of recent events such as the Snowden saga, it’s unsurprising that more organisations are now paying closer attention to where their data is being stored and the laws regional and international legislation that applies to it. There are...

Cloud Collaboration: A CMO’s Perspective

By Ali Moinuddin, CMO | Categories: Collaboration
Cloud Collaboration: A CMO’s Perspective

Gartner has predicted that marketing will spend more on IT than the IT department by 2017. A little surprising maybe, but advanced technologies are now more accessible to marketing professionals than ever. Technology was traditionally out of reach...

How Working Remotely Just Got Easier

By Georgina Heaume, Comms Manager | Categories: Mobility
How Working Remotely Just Got Easier

Things are heating up in the world of collaboration! Last week we revealed our new mobile app for iOS and it’s looking great – even if we do say so ourselves. We don’t underestimate how easy to use apps for work should be, which is why we invested...

Who is the Data Guardian?

By Rhiannon Moore, Marketing | Categories: Data Security
Who is the Data Guardian?

The ‘Data Guardian’ may sound like a mythical superhero for the tech lovers’ generation, but they really do exist, in every IT department, in every company. With news on viruses, hacking, and data security breaches reported almost daily,...

Love your job, not your desk!

By Ali Moinuddin, CMO | Categories: Mobility
Love your job, not your desk!

It’s that time of year again, when love is the order of the day. However, most people will no doubt be working, and not loving being in the office. Or perhaps not, as the days of professionals having to go to the office and sit at their desks, are...

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