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Day to day life of being an Office Manager in a software company

“What do you do?” As an Office Manager I get asked this question a lot, people seem to forget that even for basic processes to happen there needs to be someone implementing them. Expenses, flights, internet installation, time tracking and even tea and coffee! There has to be someone there to organise and book these things, directors don’t have time to be flicking through flights to find the best deals for the fortnightly meetings. That’s where I come in!

Day to day life of being an Office Manager in a software company

“What do you do?” As an Office Manager I get asked this question a lot, people seem to forget that even for basic processes to happen there needs to be someone implementing them. Expenses, flights, internet installation, time tracking and even tea and coffee! There has to be someone there to organise and book these things, directors don’t have time to be flicking through flights to find the best deals for the fortnightly meetings. That’s where I come in!

Social (engagement) Capital - Use it or lose it

The following snippets are taken from my University dissertation that looks into the effect that social capital can have on an individual and business in order to survive and grow. So we start with the following:

Social (engagement) Capital - Use it or lose it

The following snippets are taken from my University dissertation that looks into the effect that social capital can have on an individual and business in order to survive and grow. So we start with the following:

Diluting buzzwords of 2014/2015

A buzzword is a word or phrase that has become popular through regular / overuse, particularly on social media sites and blogs. Buzzwords can exist within different industries too. Whilst looking at social media and blogging in the area of intranets I have noticed a pattern of buzzwords that occur and have been regularised amongst the topic. So what are these buzzwords and why are they used here?

 

Diluting buzzwords of 2014/2015

A buzzword is a word or phrase that has become popular through regular / overuse, particularly on social media sites and blogs. Buzzwords can exist within different industries too. Whilst looking at social media and blogging in the area of intranets I have noticed a pattern of buzzwords that occur and have been regularised amongst the topic. So what are these buzzwords and why are they used here?

 

Pursuing Your Passion

A bit about me

After studying Electronics at GCSE and absolutely loving it, I decided that what I wanted was to pursue a career in Electronics. So for my A-Levels I studied Maths, Physics and Computing to further my goal of going to University to do Electronic Engineering . This was my first proper introduction to computing, using Java to create a GPS tracking application.

Pursuing Your Passion

A bit about me

After studying Electronics at GCSE and absolutely loving it, I decided that what I wanted was to pursue a career in Electronics. So for my A-Levels I studied Maths, Physics and Computing to further my goal of going to University to do Electronic Engineering . This was my first proper introduction to computing, using Java to create a GPS tracking application.

5 features of publishing on your intranet that will save you time

Publishing on your intranet to save time

  1. Scheduled Publishing - Scheduled publishing allows content owners and editors to effectively plan and distribute content out to a wider audience at the correct time. Having the functionality to inject content into your system and with the additional option to target to specific users, creates a seamless and stress free approach to getting content live.

5 features of publishing on your intranet that will save you time

Publishing on your intranet to save time

  1. Scheduled Publishing - Scheduled publishing allows content owners and editors to effectively plan and distribute content out to a wider audience at the correct time. Having the functionality to inject content into your system and with the additional option to target to specific users, creates a seamless and stress free approach to getting content live.

Why Drupal?

So why did we choose Drupal to handle content management within Invotra? Here are a few reasons why

Why Drupal?

So why did we choose Drupal to handle content management within Invotra? Here are a few reasons why

Invotra - The benefits of integrating a SaaS solution to solve your business problems

SaaS or Software as as Service is a method of providing applications via the internet. It removes the physical element to software and the time spent installing and updating it with patches. The owner of the SaaS application is responsible for access, security, performance and availability. With the majority of us now owning a smart device or tablet connected to the web, it means that we can now access the applications that we know and love more frequently.

Invotra - The benefits of integrating a SaaS solution to solve your business problems

SaaS or Software as as Service is a method of providing applications via the internet. It removes the physical element to software and the time spent installing and updating it with patches. The owner of the SaaS application is responsible for access, security, performance and availability. With the majority of us now owning a smart device or tablet connected to the web, it means that we can now access the applications that we know and love more frequently.

Micronisation of the enterprise

Micronisation : 

The process by which a material is reduced in size, often to micrometer proportions.

What we are discussing here is the way in which organisations are having to deal with micronisation of transactions, communications and timeframes.

Micronisation of companies is exacerbating the requirements to manage projects and work in a completely different way than we have ever had to in the past.  

Micronisation of the enterprise

Micronisation : 

The process by which a material is reduced in size, often to micrometer proportions.

What we are discussing here is the way in which organisations are having to deal with micronisation of transactions, communications and timeframes.

Micronisation of companies is exacerbating the requirements to manage projects and work in a completely different way than we have ever had to in the past.  

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