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5 Tips for Running an Efficient Conference Call

Conference calls are a staple of business life, a necessity for organisations of all shapes and sizes. It might even be difficult for you to put a number on the how many conference calls you have participated in during your career. However, how many of those conference calls were run efficiently and were a productive use of the participants’ time? Here are 5 tips on how to do it.

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01 Mar 2016
26 Feb 2016

Three key trends that are changing the way we work and collaborate

The way we work is changing. Collaboration technologies are, in my view, more than just tools to allow us to cater for a mobile workforce, or to lower the costs of travel for our people. They are essential to enabling them to do their jobs effectively and efficiently – to share information and ideas with their colleagues, customers as well as with supplier organisations. Put simply, collaboration technologies make new ways of doing things possible.
With more advanced mobile devices, cloud based systems and the move to a more collaborative workspace environment, employees now have the freedom to work from anywhere.

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19 Oct 2015

Managed Print Services and the benefits of embracing MPS

Managed Print Services (MPS) is no longer about managing print output but about managing information.

In today’s business climate, reducing and controlling costs is more important than ever. When a business is preparing its strategies to increase revenues or improve business processes, it may not integrate its document management costs.

Companies that embrace a Managed Print Services (MPS) approach and implement a comprehensive output management strategy can realise substantial benefits

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12 Oct 2015
16 Sep 2015

Business Leaders Get On Their Bikes to Help Homelessness

Dublin Chamber of Commerce President and Digicom Managing Director Greg Clarke lead a group of 30 Irish business people on a five-day 800km cycle from San Sebastian to Barcelona in a bid to raise more than €30,000 for the Peter McVerry Homeless Charity Trust.

The group, which is also includes Liam Kavanagh, Managing Director of the Irish Times, Mick Sweeney, Director of Customer, Insurance & Investment Businesses at Bank of Ireland, Brendan Foster, Partner, Grant Thornton, set off on the cycle on Sunday morning and arrived at their destination in Barcelona on Thursday. All 30 cyclists participated at their own expense meaning that all money raised will go directly to the Peter McVerry Trust.

Pictured (l-r) were Adrian McGennis (Sigmar), Kieran Garry (Gordon MRM), Pat Doyle, CEO, Peter McVerry Trust, Niall Hayes (Contracting Plus), Dublin Chamber of Commerce President and Managing Director, Digicom Greg Clarke, Fr Peter McVerry, Kathryn O’Connor, Kevin James (Gardiner & Theobold), Simon Horsley (Bentley Systems). Picture Conor McCabe Photography.

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