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Teamwork and Collaboration: It’s Time for Business Leaders to Embrace Change (Part 2)

In part 1 of this blog series, I introduced the concept of unleashing the potential of teams. Working collectively on a task can boost performance significantly. And as teams become more distributed in the modern workforce, collaboration is the number one factor that companies need to implement.

In this article, I explore some of the collaboration products and technologies available and discuss what businesses are doing to drive change.

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Teamwork and Collaboration: It’s Time for Business Leaders to Embrace Change (Part 1)

We have reached the limits of individuals’ productivity to the point where employees are saying they are too busy to do their jobs. Business leaders are now recognising that team performance needs to be optimised to drive productivity and growth. It is unreasonable to expect individuals to have all the expertise required to keep on top of everything and so the challenge is to broaden the collective knowledge through teamwork.

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GDPR – Is Data Encryption Really Necessary?

Max Pritchard

It’s no secret that the proposed EU General Data Protection Regulation is technology-agnostic. It demands that companies implement proportionate, cost-effective controls to protect the personal data of EU residents, as well as enabling data subjects to exercise their rights over their own personal data. The only technology areas specifically mentioned in the regulation, currently, are pseudonymization and data encryption.

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Making a DDoS Hacker – Games, Cheats, Booters And Remote Control

Max Pritchard

 

There’s something magical about remote control.

The world I grew up in involved getting up and crossing the room to select from one of three channels of TV – or turning the box off. Today, remote controls festoon every surface of my living room and the idea of getting up to operate a device is as anachronistic as using the word “box” to describe a television.

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