Public Sector case studies for Budget day

Well, the 2013 budget has finished and while the dust is settling on the key points from the Chancellor’s speech, We’ve compiled some great case studies from the UK public sector to share with you which demonstrate excellent examples of cost saving… How to save money and… …reduce carbon footprint Leicester City CouncilCity Council Makes Significant Savings…

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Office 365 – a must have for your device in healthcare (plus get a free trial!)

It’s a fact many healthcare professionals are looking to use portable devices much more in their daily work. This means there is a big shift taking place from old desktop-friendly applications to those which work on tablets and even on multiple devices. After all, Office 365 lends itself to touch devices but can also be used on non-touch PCs…

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DocCom networking event – healthcare communication just got a whole lot easier

Next Monday, we will be keeping you bang up-to-date on Twitter with a great health event taking place in London – our DocCom networking event. DocCom is a brand new, very exciting development with the sole intention to link up healthcare professionals all over the UK in a secure, engaging platform. Read on if you want to…

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Microsoft announces Surface: New Family of PCs for Windows

In an age when flexibility, good communication and mobility is key when considering ICT provision for the NHS, some healthcare organisations are beginning to turn towards the regular use of tablet PCs for their daily work needs. With this in mind, the future of flexible ways of working within healthcare was boosted this week when…

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DocCom – the cloud and networking will transform healthcare. Find out what the leaders are doing…

As pressure increases on healthcare organisations to deliver safety information in more effective and timely ways organisations are turning to IT solutions to help them deliver this. The popularity of social media among HCP’s has blurred the boundary between personal and professional lives with instances of breaches of patient confidentiality and inappropriate use on the increase. But…

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