The latest evolution in workplace technology has been the move to cloud computing. It’s changed the fundamentals of IT infrastructure, removing the need to invest so heavily on in-house hardware and software in favour of flexible internet-based computer resources.Continue reading Why the TUC moved our IT systems to the cloud
We’ve just released the latest version of our digital healthcheck tool, with the latest major release (version 3) seeing a significant revision. It has been more than two years since the last version and so these latest changes have been needed to reflect the fast-moving world of technology.Continue reading Benchmarking your union’s digital journey – TUC digital healthcheck 2020 edition
Before the coronavirus crisis, video conferencing was something only a few people used regularly for work. With many more working from home now, it’s suddenly become their main connection with colleagues and their outside world.Continue reading Choosing the right video conferencing platforms for your union
Have you recently been asked to opt back into an email mailing list you were already subscribed to? If so, you’re not alone. It’s all to do with the changes to Data Protection regulations that come into effect on the 25th May.
These new laws, known as the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), are tightening up Data Protection rules in many ways, with an emphasis on giving individual more rights on how their data is used.