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The Positive Impacts of an Internal Communications Strategy

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 14, 2017 11:58:48 AM / by Grainne Elliott - Head of Digital Strategy posted in Collaboration, Team Communication, Internal Communication

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The modern workplace is continuing to change, through shifts in work cultures, increased global offices, adjustments to office and huddle space environments, not to mention ongoing technological advancements. 

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Deploying Wireless Presentation Systems? You Need to Think About Scale.

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 6, 2017 5:14:01 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Wireless Presentation System

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It's fair to say that Wireless Presentation Systems, systems that allow meeting attendees to wirelessly stream what's on their screen to a large display, have exploded in popularity over the last 3-4 years.

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Our Collaboration Digest. 10 Most Popular Posts in One Place

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 6, 2017 4:11:06 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Productivity, Whiteboarding

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Want to know whiteboards are changing for ever? Why Collaboration Can Be So Dam Complicated? Or Discover Ways to Make Sure Your Meetings Aren't A Huge Waste of Time? Well, you're in luck. We present to you our top 10 blog posts of the last few months.

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10 Habits That Will Increase Your Personal Productivity

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 23, 2017 11:14:17 AM / by Grainne Elliott - Head of Digital Strategy posted in Productivity

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Getting more accomplished and achieving goals in your day is sure to make you happier.

According to Action for Happiness

‘Goals big and small can be the stepping-stones to a happier life and the way we set them can make a difference to achieving them.” 

People who manage to achieve daily goals have not found a secret sauce, they help themselves accomplish more by following several simple habits to increase their own productivity.

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Collaborative Whiteboarding & Generating Ideas Across Distance

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 17, 2017 11:59:07 AM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Whiteboarding

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Why multiple ideas from multiple sources help build innovation & what you need to start thinking about when deploying a collaborative whiteboarding solution.

In their book, Ideation: The Birth and Death of Ideas, Graham and Bachmann propose a host of ways individuals and organisations can innovate.  The list, by no means exhaustive, looks at the revolutionary ideas of Marxism which break away from rational thought, to serendipitous discoveries, like Penicillin, which happen by coincidence and to philosophical ideas which live, mostly, in the minds of the creator.

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Collaborate to Innovate

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 13, 2017 10:56:20 AM / by Grainne Elliott - Head of Digital Strategy posted in Collaboration

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5 Ways that Collaboration Tools can Increase Company Success

Collaboration and teamwork in today’s modern workplace are becoming increasingly important to create new ideas and be as innovative as possible. Companies strive to keep up with or outperform their competition. Collaboration stands out as a major contributor to achieving this.

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Advantages & Disadvantages of Remote Working

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 6, 2017 2:13:34 PM / by Grainne Elliott - Head of Digital Strategy posted in Remote Working

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In today’s global business work, the number of people working from home is on the increase. According to the Latest Telecommuting statistics, GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com, 3.7 million Employees (2.8% of the workforce) work from home at least half the time.

Remote working is defined as employees operating away from their place of business. A remote worker could be operating on the road, at home or from abroad.

Whilst working from home sounds very appealing to most people, there are advantages and disadvantages to being a remote worker. For the purpose of this blog post I have listed my top 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages of remote working.

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Screen Sharing: Is This The Most Important Tool in Business?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 3, 2017 2:26:29 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Wireless Presentation System

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Simon stopped the meeting cold. He said he just didn't understand what was being presented, it made no sense and if he's confused, his customers were going to me more confused.

So Chris took it from the top and went over the pitch again. Speaking into his PC, he walked through the ideas, checking in with Simon along the way.

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Wireless Presentation & Collaboration Just Got an Upgrade

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 1, 2017 10:37:57 AM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Wireless Presentation System

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Montage 1.2 Now Available

Today we introduced Montage 1.2, a new version of Montage that ups the power and utility of what a wireless presentation system can do.  1.2 comes with a host of new features including two that are most significant for in-room presentation.

  • Support for full HD
  • Dual Band Wireless Networking

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Collaboration Across The Supply Chain - Why Bother?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 26, 2017 5:15:41 PM / by Ed Morgan - Head of Marketing & Communications posted in Collaboration, Huddle Rooms

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Let's be straight: collaborative working is hard work. It takes everyone involved to be fully committed and it requires on-going attention and it needs support in order to sustain it. It's even harder as more people get involved: people from different organisations, with different objectives than yours and different cultures, locations and different reasons for even existing. 

All of this complexity is typical of a supply chain. So, given that complexity and given how difficult it is, you'd be forgiven for asking, why even bother? Can we not just do our thing like we always have? Why do we need to work closely with a supplier?

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