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The advent of wireless connectivity has been the biggest game changer the industry has ever seen. It opened us up to fast internet on everything from phones to printers, laptops to watches, and the innovation we’ve seen – particularly with mobile – would never have happened without it.
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Oct 18, 2016

Oculus RiftAs technology continues to develop at lightning speed, virtual reality has shifted from science fiction to part of real-life strategy for many businesses. Apple, for example, have recently hired two experts – one from Magic Leap and one from Oculus VR – as rumours continue that they’re looking at creating a product.
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Oct 17, 2016

In March this year, eSports organiser ESL showcased a $236,458 video wall when launching its brand new studio in Leicester, UK. The entire facility is believed to have cost up to $1,351,546: the company incorporated player and analyst desks, a 100 capacity studio, a bar and a production room into the build.
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In 1998, just 9% of adults used computers at home; by 2013, that number was 83% and the jump in usage has correlated with an increase in the importance of using them at work. The fact that computers are so integral in the workplace means that companies go to great lengths to understand just how they can get the most use out of them. One of the best ways to do this that has been found in recent years is to use multiple monitors, and here’s why.
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As the process of globalisation continues to shape the world around us, how we connect, engage and trade around the world is rapidly evolving. Video conferencing has been around for a number of years and is often great for in-house communications with remote workers but it has also changed how we do international business.
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