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How mobile is changing HR

I think it is needless to say that in the last decade, workplace outlooks and behaviours have changed drastically. The typical workforce is far less deskbound than previously, with many employees now working from home and ‘hot-desking’ fast becoming a popular option for work spaces. From Paul Swaddle, Co-founder of Pocket App.

Article by: Paul Swaddle | Published: 6 May 2017

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Cyber security guidance for C-Suite executives

The Internet was invented in a government laboratory and later commercialized in the private sector. The hardware, software, and networks were originally designed for open communication. From Chuck Brooks, Vice President of Government Relations & Marketing for Sutherland Government Solutions.

Article by: Chuck Brooks | Published: 16 April 2017

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The cyber security threats for 2017

Peter Bauer, CEO and co-founder at Mimecast gives his predictions of the potential cyber threats for 2017 that businesses should heed.

Article by: Peter Bauer | Published: 17 December 2016

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The death of email

Businesses are turning their back on traditional ways of communicating in new agile era. Britain’s offices could be set for ... View Article

Article by: | Published: 14 November 2016

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Why HR needs to be more tuned in to mobile tech

A company’s digital technology is no longer just the concern of IT staff – it has become an integral part of the employee experience. Jon Moger, Senior Director EMEA Marketing at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, explains why it has become essential for HR managers to be engaged with mobile tech.

Article by: | Published: 1 November 2016

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The Pokémon factor

Recruiters and HR managers need to be wary of new technology but the reality is that technology will both disrupt and enhance the industry in the next five years.

Article by: | Published: 4 October 2016

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Law firm’s ground-breaking Emergency Communications App

Farrer & Co are an independent law firm based in London, uniquely known as the “Queen’s Lawyers” owing to the privilege of counting the House of Windsor among their client-base. Having been in business for over three centuries and steeped in the rich tradition of the British legal system, this historic law firm is embracing the latest mobile app technology dedicated to keeping employees safe.

Article by: | Published: 21 September 2016