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What a time to be a marketeer!

September 15, 2021

Adapting to a world without face-to-face events has sparked a digital transformation in marketing.

Let’s immerse ourselves in new experiences

September 8, 2021

The trend for people to value experiences over things was first identified as a Millennial trait. But as time has passed, it has become clear that the desire to enjoy, learn and be entertained by experiences is universal.

Make security concerns a thing of the past

September 1, 2021

The most intimate data about our lives, habits and personas is all recorded digitally – which if exploited, could have disastrous consequences.

Present without wires (and tears)

August 27, 2021

Discover the benefits of Panasonic’s PressIT wireless presentation system – benefits that reach way beyond simply mobility

The wireless workplace has arrived

August 13, 2021

Why plug and play points the way to a boom in collaborative working

Creating tomorrow’s workspaces today

July 28, 2021

Working at the office used to be a daily occurrence for many but one of the lasting impacts of the pandemic may be a very different working experience in the future.

The return of students to the classroom

July 15, 2021

Higher Education evolved and adapted incredibly quickly to embrace new technology and use it effectively to continue the education of our next generation.

Learning to adapt to the “new normal”

May 19, 2021

The pandemic and the resultant lockdown have forced European universities and higher education institutions to fundamentally reconsider the way they deliver learning.

Time for Change

May 5, 2021

Despite the incredible advances in technology over the past decade, economists have been puzzled that this innovation has not led to the step-change advances in productivity and GDP that many predicted.