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  • Blog Post: The big ‘c’ – change. How to embrace the future

    Change – it divides opinion. Some people are scared of it whist some people love it but the common feeling which unites both side of the coin is the feeling of uncertainty. It’s only natural – if we could all guess what is to come then we’d all be richer and certainly more bored...
  • Blog Post: Making ‘the social enterprise’ a reality

    ‘Using social technologies to improve collaboration and communication… could raise the productivity of interaction workers by 20 to 25 per cent,’ according to McKinsey [1] , a firm of management consultants. That is the kind of productivity leap that managers dream of. In this article...
  • Blog Post: England’s largest NHS Trust pioneers Windows 8 with Windows To Go to enable Flexible Working

    Success of Olympics pilot has led to widespread deployment of new Windows 8 business offering. Microsoft has today announced that Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is one of the first organisations in the UK to deploy Windows To Go, a fully manageable corporate Windows 8 desktop on a USB stick...
  • Blog Post: Re-imagining Work: Shifts in the Digital Revolution

    Dave Coplin , Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft, imagines what might be possible if organisations really began to think differently about the power of technological and social change to transform the way we do business.
  • Blog Post: The Times, They Are A-Changin’ – the organisational love/hate relationship with social media

    Recently I watched a video of O2’s Ronan Dunne talking about how he, as a CEO, joined Twitter and why it’s now so important to his company’s relationship with customers. It raises some interesting questions around when and where it’s appropriate to use social media in an organisation...
  • Blog Post: Mistrust of employees halts a greater uptake of Anywhere Working

    Microsoft-commissioned study reveals vast majority of office workers say they are more productive working away from the office but fear how it is perceived by their colleagues. According to a new study on flexible working commissioned by Microsoft, a massive 70 per cent of British office workers,...
  • Blog Post: All change – Steve Ballmer discusses innovation, Microsoft and enterprise IT

    Tim Cozze-Young was at the Microsoft Executive Briefing in London to hear what our CEO, Steve Ballmer, had to say about the future of IT and how Microsoft is evolving to meet the needs of enterprise customers. In 2020, three-quarters of the Fortune 500 will be companies we haven’t heard of yet...
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