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3 Reasons Why Change Management Software is Important

Reasons Why Change Management Software is Important

While it is quite normal for businesses to evolve and change for the sake of improvement, sometimes employees may lose sight of the bigger picture. The lines become blurred and needs arise for something to keep organisational processes under control and assist staff in having a smooth transition. Change can alter the fundamentals of an organisation including the tasks that a job position entails, the organisation's business model, its structure and business operations. This is where change management software comes in. Below is a list of reasons why such software is vital for an evolving organisation:

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CIO Events in the UK for 2018

2018 CIO Events in UK

Each year, CIO events become increasingly valuable in providing opportunities to network, learn and collaborate on cutting edge technology and initiatives. As a service to our customers, Giva has compiled the following list of upcoming CIO events occurring in the UK throughout the remainder of 2018:

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Do You Misunderstand Your IT Staff's Duties?

IT Staff Duties

Companies and organisations task their IT departments to fortify and expedite internal processes and proceedings. These departments are often relied upon to perform heavily technologically based jobs requiring a level of technical skill that most people not only do not have, but also do not understand. According to a poll conducted by recruitment website Jobsite, there is a troubled feeling shared by IT professionals pertaining to the acknowledgement and perception of their job.

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Predictive Healthcare Technology Improving Patient Care

Healthcare Technology Patient Care

As the healthcare industry expands, providers and organisations are leaning on and embracing innovative forms of technology to improve the most important facet of healthcare, that being patient care. Because patient care is a deeply interpersonal element of healthcare, the implementation of technology represents a potential threat to the face-to-face feature of patient care. Although, improvements in predictive healthcare technology could amount to both technological adoption and improved patient care, without the loss of personal interaction.

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2 Solutions to Address Aging Technology in the UK

Aging UK Technology

Technology changes so rapidly that in most cases, trying to keep up can seem nearly impossible. Some may feel that current technology is adequate, while others must have the latest and greatest. Whatever the reason, new technology is often vital to remaining secure and competitive with others around the world, especially in government and business sectors of society.

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4 Steps to Protect Against Mobile Messaging Malware

Mobile Messaging App Malware Cybersecurity

The popular cellular application, WhatsApp, had been the victim of mobile malware, targeting users through messages as a means to siphon personal and financial information from WhatsApp users. These cyber attacks became prevalent among users in India at the beginning of 2017, reminiscent of a similar malware incursion via WhatsApp that struck the UK in 2016. Understanding the warning signs of potentially malicious or fake messages allows WhatsApp users to better protect themselves against potentially harmful or calamitous malware disguised as regular in-app messaging.

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Will the UK Tech Sector Weather the Brexit Storm?

UK Technology & Brexit

It is well known that Silicon Valley is home to some of the world's largest tech companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook and many more. Besides hosting these companies, Silicon Valley is poised to make an impact in the United Kingdom's exit from the EU, that is if UK tech companies have anything to say about it.

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How the UK Plans to Overhaul Technical Education

UK Tech & Education

Prior to his resignation in 2016, Former Minister of State for Skills, Nick Boles, made known plans to overhaul technical education in the UK, both in delivery and priority. Boles' plans include the introduction of new courses in hopes of increasing the technical skill of British workers, citing that Britain "has all the ingredients to compete with other skilled nations", but has yet to implement a truly satisfactory system. Boles believed that the current technical education system does not adequately channel nor mobilise the potential talents of students in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math.

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Cyber Schools Programme: Cybersecurity Clubs for UK Teens

Cyber Schools Programme UK Cybersecurity Clubs

The world is currently facing a shortage of individuals who are educated in various aspects of cybersecurity. With massive volumes of sensitive data being stored and transferred online these days, this shortage can present a real problem when it comes to security. In order to combat this shortfall, thousands of UK based teenagers are set to participate in cybersecurity clubs across the country.

The Cyber Schools Programme is designed for teenagers between 14 and 18 years of age. Preference will be given to 14 year olds who can commit four hours weekly while being able to complete the full four year programme. The programme will target those individuals who demonstrate a passion and talent for cybersecurity, while providing them with skills for the purpose of protecting businesses against online threats in today's highly digital landscape. In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to learn from a number of experts in the cybersecurity field.

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Giva Salutes: Charity IT Association (CITA), Addressing Nonprofits’ Technical Needs

Charity IT Association (CITA)

In our digital world, it is almost impossible for an organisation to flourish without the proper technology. One licenced charity's focus is making sure the rest of the United Kingdom's charities are smoothly ushered into the modern era. The Charity IT Association (CITA) was launched in early 2015 in response to the growing issue of nonprofits' inefficient digital resources to organise their communication and market their mission. CITA matches a charity in need of advice and support with an independent and experienced volunteer in the information technology field.

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