For global companies, replicating the same training throughout every location can seem near impossible. Ensuring content is localised, is contextually relevant and culturally correct seems like a mountainous challenge. However, learning experts hold the key to international success
In today’s information rich world, you’d think that improving skills and learning would be a breeze. But this isn’t necessarily the case.
Picture the scene, an employee is recruited and joins the business pretty close to the bottom rung of the company’s career ladder. Yet, a year and a half later they have secured a job within management. How?
Mobile technology has revolutionised the way we search for information, the way we make decisions and now, it’s shaping the way that we learn.
The majority of the challenges we face – whether these are at work or within education – are based around gaps in skills, knowledge retention and training. But how do we store, interpret and use information?
Responsive sites are the hot topic of the moment when it comes to considering website design.
Web traffic analytics show that on average over 20% of our customers web traffic is generated from mobile devices. This shows that optimising a website for mobile usage is crucial. Here are some aspects you should consider when making your site mobile friendly.
The EU Cookie law is now in force. Find out more about how you could be affected and what you can do to comply.
Hot on the heels of the newsletter we sent you last week detailing the imminent introduction of the new EU cookie laws, the UK government and the Information Commissioner's Office have revised the regulations.
New legislation is related to a change in the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations and is being introduced to limit the way in which websites collect data about their visitors.
The needs of all users must be addressed, including the varying level of computer literacy and competence.