It’s a time of almost unprecedented change for businesses across the world. The hangover from COVID-19 and challenges of increasingly competitive marketplaces are putting strains on leaders.
In today’s fast-paced workplaces, businesses need to get messages out to staff quickly and effectively every time. It could be critical information staff need to see now, or valuable content to streamline processes or improve employee engagement.
A good internal communications campaign is worth its weight in gold for businesses. It drives an informed, engaged and motivated workforce.
Take a look at photos from workplaces of 10 or 20 years ago. They’re hardly recognizable to modern workers. That’s because the type of work we do, the way we work and the environment in which we work have changed dramatically.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities are huge users of IT services. Hundreds of staff rely on thousands of systems to help them deliver the best patient care. Keeping systems up to date, secure and used is a challenge for busy IT teams.
COVID-19 has touched everyone. From the workers whose jobs have been lost, to the businesses whose operations have been crippled, and the sectors weakened under the strain, no-one has escaped its influence. Yet as 2020 approaches its final quarter, for many, the situation is getting worse.
Healthcare technology is among the most important equipment in a hospital. The introduction of new technology like electronic medical records (EMR) or telemedicine promise to improve the quality and efficiency of services.
Higher education is in the midst of a revolution. Mergers, acquisitions, strategic alliances and digital transformations are dramatically reshaping the industry. The COVID-19 crisis has hit the industry hard and driven students online.
Albert Einstein, renowned physicist and crazy hairstyle pioneer, famously proclaimed that “our technology has exceeded our humanity.” It was a popular concern in an age where big advances were being made.
Cyber security is a billion-dollar threat to healthcare organizations. Whether due to hacking or negligence, a security breach is an IT Manager’s worst nightmare.