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8 Surprising Facts About Workplace Productivity

In today’s competitive business world, a productive workplace is what makes us stand out; no one can deny the importance of it. However, there are many misconceptions about workplace productivity, and its paramount businesses know the truth in order to succeed. In light of this, we have gone through some surprising facts about workplace productivity to help open your eyes to the truth surrounding it.

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6 Tips For Starting Your Day Right

Some days go right, and some days don’t; it’s the way of life. However, being productive starts in the morning and having a routine at this time will help to set you up for success at work.

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6 tips to avoid procrastination at work

You’re about to tackle a task that’s due in two weeks, yet just as you’re about to begin, you become preoccupied by emails in your inbox. The two weeks is then nearly over, and you start to panic thinking to yourself… why didn’t I just get going on it two weeks ago? 

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Windows 7 reaches end of life next year... what are your options? (part 2 of 2)

In my previous blog (part 1) I spoke about how Microsoft will be ending the support of Windows 7, therefore, the migration to Windows 10 will be essential come January 2020. I also discussed Microsoft 365 and how it is one of two options that could help lead this jump to Windows 7.

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6 Tips for working from home effectively

Working from home is great. It allows you an opportunity to get away from some of the distractions of a busy office and complete tasks in a relaxing environment. In fact, it is so great that data from the ONS shows that 4.2 million people worked remotely in 2015, and that number is only expected to rise.

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IT Decision-Makers Increasingly Opt For Cloud-Native Architectures

A recently published survey from Cloud Foundry discovered that although the IT industry is more multi-platform than ever the foundations are cloud-native.

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Runner up at Solent Business Awards 2016!

Despite gloomy news reports about the UK economy following the Brexit vote, it is clear that business is alive and well in the Solent region of the south coast of England. On the evening of the 20th October 2016, the Hilton Ageas Bowl was filled with what Sally Taylor MBE, presenter of BBC South Today, called 'the brightest and best businesses in the South'. The Solent Business Awards is a multi-category awards event that is the largest in the South Coast region.

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Don't let your firm be the next big data breach headline

“We’re no longer in a situation where it’s a case of ‘if I am going to get breached’. It’s more a case of how often you are going to get breached and how long those people are going to be in for.” These are the sobering words of cyber forensics professor Dr David Day.

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When disaster strikes, you're covered

It’s a sight that has become all too familiar this winter. Strong winds, flooded streets and fallen trees. Storm Imogen is another name to add to the list of uncharacteristically extreme weather in the UK. The Independent claims that the cost to the UK economy of the flooding over the Christmas period could reach £6bn. “Economists have predicted that the recent flooding will hit Britain’s GDP by 0.2 per cent due to businesses being forced to close, loss of agriculture output, and people not being able to go shopping and travel.”

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