The office of the past, present and future – Part… Posted on 11 February 2014 by Ken Abbott in Corporate As we leave 2013 behind us and firmly embrace 2014, many of us are making New Year’s resolutions that we may or may not keep.… What does Microsoft’s new CEO mean for the IT industry? Posted on 05 February 2014 by Jennifer Dean in Enterprise Security When Microsoft makes an appointment, people listen. For the past few months, rumors have circulated, swirling around, with different names on everyone’s lips. Will the… The office of the past, present and future – Part… Posted on 27 December 2013 by Jennifer Dean in Corporate The desk has a very particular place in the psyche of the workplace. For decades, used as status symbols for those in positions of power:… The office of the past, present and future – Part… Posted on 23 December 2013 by Axel Hansmann in IoT As shown by our sliding graphic below, which highlights the differences between desks of the 1980s and today, office technology has become increasingly streamlined in… The office of the past, present and future – part… Posted on 04 December 2013 by Tim Cawsey in Corporate Today’s technology doesn’t only help us do our day jobs faster and more knowledgably, it also speeds up the admin tasks that keep every good… The office of the past, present and future – Part… Posted on 08 October 2013 by Tim Cawsey in Corporate Earlier this month, we talked about the past and present of the office desktop and how it may develop in the future. Today, we’re pleased… Posts navigation Older posts From Twitter Loading... More from Twitter Subscribe to updates Select a category of interest: All Categories Enterprise SecurityFinancial ServicesGovernmentIoTMobileSoftware Monetization Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner. Submitting this form will open a popup window to the FeedBurner website. Latest comments 10/07/19 @ 04:07 biometric technology in banking Biometric technology has changed the way banks and financial institutions are creating a safe zone for customers. Voice recognition, fingerprint ID, and iris recognition is nearly 100% unbreakable ways to provide reliable security system and solve safety issues for banks and financial services. This technology has improved and simplified security systems.02/07/19 @ 05:07 Dominic Pallone Any updates on this? I’d like a DDL TOO!13/06/19 @ 20:06 Amul Mutha Is there a replica of Thales 9000 in cloud?