The first thing many people ask when considering whether they should put a podcast together for their business is whether they have the right equipment – will the microphone on their laptop be OK, and of course will they be able to market the podcast to the right audience? These are concrete thoughts but Guy Clapperton suggests completely the wrong place to start. Here are his five tips on putting your podcast together.
In the aftermath of the winter floods, businesses across the south-west are counting the cost of the impact of the severe weather and the damage to the region’s transport infrastructure. When transport networks fail, how can your businesses mitigate the risk to its bottom line? Ian Exworthy, Programme Manager looks at how you can cleverly utilise technology to help you stay operational when getting to the office is not possible.
High speed broadband isn’t just for faster web access; it’s also able to open doors to new ways of working. One of those doors is video conferencing, and its bigger brother, unified communications. Freelance technology journalist, Simon Bisson compares Google's Hangouts, Microsoft's Skype and Apple's FaceTime.
Superfast Broadband enables staff to work remotely much more easily but can also present managers with new challenges. John Eary a senior management consultant with over 25 years experience dicusses how to manage remote workers