Pro Slates vs. Tablets: a fight to the death or a fad?

In the battle for device supremacy, the humble tablet has recently seen some serious competition: pro slates. The tablet has firmly secured its place in our homes and businesses, with Apple’s iPad still a favourite for many. That being said, is it now time for the reigning champion to face a new challenger, or will… Read more »

A Day Without… What Does Losing Tech Cost Your Business?

We all know how important office technology is to the day-to-day running of a business. Research has shown, however, that it isn’t simply a necessity for convenience: not having office tech will actively lose you money. Mobile giants Vodafone say that for small to medium-sized businesses, a day without a smartphone can lose you up… Read more »

Why Business Data Backup is More Important Than Ever

In today’s increasingly globalised and technologically advanced world, every business needs robust systems and procedures in place to protect their data in the event of anything going wrong. With a 2014 study by EMC asserting that data loss (including downtime) costs US $1.7 trillion a year to businesses worldwide, gone are the days when your… Read more »

6 Cutting edge technologies that will shape the office of the future

It is difficult to picture an office environment without the various technologies we rely so heavily upon today, such as desktop computers and multifunction printers. However, in the not so distance past, office-based technology was rather rudimental and rarely more advanced than a typewriter or telephone. If the rate of progress from 50 years ago… Read more »

Inventions from the 1970’s that are Still Used in the Office Today

Even though funky new office equipment and gadgets are churned out almost everyday, many of the core items in offices all around the world stem from the 1970’s. Now, before reading this post, take a look around your office and have a guess which items were invented in the 1970’s? 1. Email Image source In 1971, Ray Tomlinson sent a number of test messages… Read more »