Posted on Apr 20 2018 - 12:10pm by Editorial Content
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Wellnomics WorkPace Wellnomics WorkPace software runs in the background, monitoring your computer use and how often you take breaks. It provides break and exercise reminders, ergonomic tips to reduce the risk of injury and statistics about your work, such as typing speed and number of mouse clicks made. A 30-day free trial lets you see if it works for you. After that the software costs £55.75 per...

Posted on Apr 20 2018 - 12:05pm by Editorial Content
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Tayla Ansell tries out a selection of ergonomic products designed to prevent repetitive strain injury (RSI) and other computer-related problems. The terms repetitive strain injury (RSI) and musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) describe a variety of painful disorders of muscles, tendons and nerves, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis, caused by a range of factors including repetitive actions, vibration...

Posted on Apr 20 2018 - 12:00pm by Editorial Content
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Smart technology based on sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT) is helping businesses to make more efficient use of office space, save energy, reduce costs and improve the working environment for employees. Tayla Ansell picks six systems that put you back in control Light relief Philips InterAct Office is a connected lighting system for offices that performs many other functions. Installed and...

Posted on Apr 20 2018 - 11:55am by Editorial Content
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Dave Millett explains what’s wrong with the UK telecoms infrastructure and how it can be improved to enable UK businesses to compete more effectively 2017 had its pluses and minuses for telecoms. You’ll remember reading some of the reports showing how badly the UK is doing in terms of its telecoms infrastructure. On the plus side, we got free roaming in Europe, the launch of the first £1,000...

Posted on Apr 20 2018 - 11:05am by Editorial Content
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With the ecommerce industry booming, employees are having more and more personal items delivered to the workplace rather than their own homes. To minimise the time spent managing deliveries and the storage space needed, The Safety Letterbox Company has launched the E-Office Box parcel solution. The intelligent parcel boxes, with integrated myRENZbox system, enable employees to send, receive and return...

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 4:44pm by Tayla Ansell
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Technology brings enormous benefits to today’s businesses. Unfortunately, it can also bring risks, and sometimes these risks come from the unlikeliest of sources. Take the humble printer, for instance. Used every day, printers and multifunctional devices (MFDs) are often taken for granted. We use them to print whatever we were working on, and then forget about them. The trouble is, printers aren’t...

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 11:58am by Tayla Ansell
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This Spring, iiyama are introducing a literally massive new range of professional digital signage displays with 4K resolution, slim bezel and up to 24/7 operating time. They will be available in sizes starting from 43” up to 98”, iiyama’s largest display ever. With 4K resolution and AMVA3 and IPS LED panels, these new models guarantee vivid, life-like colors and detailed, crystal-clear images...

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 11:05am by Editorial Content
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The fifth Wearable Technology Show took place on March 13-14 at ExCeL London, where 100 exhibitors from more than 20 countries showcased the latest in wearables, AR, VR and IoT. Most of the products on show were aimed at the health, fitness and leisure industries, but there were also devices with interesting business and industrial applications. Assisted Reality smart glasses Toshiba took to the main...

Posted on Apr 18 2018 - 11:05am by Editorial Content
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Business Info recently spoke to Andy Rawlings, national account manager for professional audio at Olympus, and Brian Hart, managing director of DMCL, about the evolution of digital dictation. Here is an edited version of that interview. Business Info (BI): How has dictation changed over the years? Brian Hart (BH): In the early days, going back twenty, twenty-five years or more, everything was done...

Posted on Apr 17 2018 - 11:05am by Editorial Content
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Analysis of data from users of BrightHR’s employee absence management system reveals that in 2017: Tuesday was the most popular day of the week to call in sick. October was the month with the highest sicknesses logged. Maxine and Alistair were the male and female names least likely to take a sick day. December 2017 was the month for the most holiday requests. 25th of August was the most popular date...