Technology -> Personal Productivity
Apple Pay a boon to people with disabilities
Apple Pay has arrived in the UK and it will be a boon to many people with disabilities. It is a wonderful example of how great usability design can provide great accessibility almost as a...
Peter Abrahams, Bloor Research | 24th July 2015
'Blue light' segments in transition
Rugged computers a game-changer in critical field rescue situations
Jerker Hellström, CEO, Handheld Group | 14th July 2015
Smartphone for Vision Impaired People
Vision Impaired People (VIPs) are keen to use smartphones because of the really useful apps that come with them: street directions, converting printed text into speech, reading barcodes and QR codes,...
Peter Abrahams, Bloor Research | 29th May 2015
Lady Soho and Dot Everyone
For those of you who do not know Lady Soho is Martha Lane Foxes' title. She has just given an inspiring Richard Dimbleby Lecture that if you did not see or hear it I recommend you go to...
Peter Abrahams, Bloor Research | 1st April 2015
Spreading the picture as well as the word
Video conferencing is often characterised by pockets or islands of enthusiastic adoption, but could its value be greatly increased if usage spread across the whole organisation?
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 31st March 2015
Extending Unified Communications (UC)
With so many means of communication available it is no wonder so many are overloaded. UC has been around for a while and is tried, tested and sometimes intermittently deployed, so now it should be used right across the organisation
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 17th March 2015
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