Been given the “honour” of organising” the office Christmas party this year” The good news is, organised well, the office Christmas party can elevate you to office hero.
With emails mounting up, phones ringing, and a stream of clients to keep satisfied, running a successful business, and keeping organised in the process, can be a mammoth task.
The pace of business is getting faster, making it tough to stay on top of ever increasing workloads. And with the pressure of getting things done representing a clear and present danger to work/life balance, Bruce Kornfeld, CEO of Gyst, looks to a future where technology helps, rather than hinders those aiming to strike the right balance.
It’s Saturday night and you’re out to paint the town red, but at some point disaster strikes and you run out of cash. It’s safe to assume that the fun is probably over, and you end up calling it a night.
Accountant Carol Cheesman shares her advice for businesses deciding when to end their financial year.
How to use crowd-sourcing and the principles of appreciative inquiry to create organisational change.
Big data is the net result of everything we do being monitored, captured and stored (an example of this is a loyalty card which tracks your purchases). This data is large, very large and generates faster than current technologies can store, process or manage it.
Your business collects vast amounts of data you can't afford to lose. Is moving your servers to a secure data centre the next step for you?