Do you remember how you felt when you got your first smartphone? What a game changer this turned out to be for business, right? Well, the next big thing is here, and we want you to experience it.
Thursday, 2nd November, 2017 – Leading Irish office technology firm Digicom today announced the creation of 30 new jobs over the next three years on the back of a strong pipeline in the burgeoning commercial office market which has seen more than €520 million in new lettings in the first nine months of 2017 alone.
Office of the Future: Empowering Digital Workplaces
Don’t miss this special event organised by Digicom at the CHQ building, IFSC, on Thursday 09 November (from noon to 7pm). Experience the world of unified communications and talk to professionals for advice on how to improve your workplace.
The way we work today is changing and our workplaces are having to adapt to the ever increasing demand for mobility. Mobile devices and cloud based productivity apps mean that employees are connected to their tasks and colleagues no matter where they are or what time of day it is. At the same time, businesses are embracing big data, and trying to figure out how they can integrate the Internet of Things into the workplace in order to improve productivity,
performance, customer interactions, critical decisions and revenue generation.
Greg Clarke tells Sean Gallagher how he swapped fruit and veg, and fax machines for high-tech office success
Delivering best-in-class Audio Visual technology to JLL in Dublin
Ardagh Group operate 109 manufacturing facilities in 22 countries worldwide with approximately €7.7 billion global sales. The new state-of-the-art Dublin office had very specific audio visual requirements for a variety of office spaces. Digicom was entrusted to deliver the complete audio visual high-spec fit-out.
Eurofound, an EU research body, had a traditional desktop print function that was costing too much time and money. But since deploying a Digicom and Ricoh Managed Print Service, the organisation has transformed its print service. Costs have been cut by 30 percent and device numbers by over 80 percent, while efficiency, speed and quality have been improved. Staff productivity has increased and IT staff have realised a significant fall in support time and effort.