Get ready for HP+ and learn more about the smarter printing system that ensures your printer is always ready when you are and wherever you are.
Get ready for HP+ and learn more about the smarter printing system that ensures your printer is always ready when you are.
Just like the introduction of HP Instant Ink, HP have changed the game once again with the launch of HP+ – a brand new smarter printing system that is more secure, more productive, and more sustainable than ever!
At Banner we’re delighted to be able to offer several HP Printers that utilise this revolutionary new printing system including:
With the Pandemic ensuing turbulence on work life for the past 15 months, a return to pre-pandemic office life is becoming a more frequent discussion these days.
However, it’s suggested that buzz words such as ‘hybrid’ and ‘flexible’ working will still be around for a long while…
With the mass becoming remote workers throughout the pandemic, it doesn’t mean the end of the physical office is upon us. Predictions are that offices will become more hub-based locations for remote workers to meet and collaborate, which means technology will become key to success. These tech-centred spaces will require the usual suspects (Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc) paired with hardware that makes the workspaces interactive and connectable. This switch in working dynamic will require seamless working between locations to ensure productivity is never compromised.
It's a legal requirement for anyone operating a business which handles personal data to fully comply with the rule of the GDPR, and this extends to ensuring all employees are aware of the obligations to securely destroy personal documents to avoid data breach.
As more employees work remotely, businesses must still remain compliant with the GDPR. Employees accessing sensitive data at home may be at risk of breaking rules, especially where paper data is involved.
After a few false starts, spring has officially sprung. That means longer days and more sunshine, warmer weather, and more time spent outdoors.
But if you’re one of the approximate 28 million people in Europe who suffer from allergies, this time of year might also mean congestion, watery and itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing, irritated skin, and general discomfort.
The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation, which came into effect May 2018, has drastically transformed the digital landscape.
Chances are, it has also affected how your workplace secures paper data, handles cybersecurity, and protects user information.
But when it comes to remote work, employees are left guessing. In fact, HRZone’s 2020 report on HR trends found that 57% of employers didn’t have a formal remote work policy.*
So how does the GDPR apply to remote workers? Can you even remain compliant while working from home? This is what we’ll answer in this short post.
The concept of digital transformation has many components but put simply, it is fundamentally deploying the use of technology to change the way people do things to streamline efficiencies.
Digital transformation was a buzzy trend before the COVID-19 pandemic, but it has had a resurgence of interest in light of the changes to the workplace in 2020 with organisations adopting new digital tools and process to better support remote work.
With the last 12 months totally changing the way we work; flexible working has now become a hot topic within the workplace.
If your team wants to continue working flexibly, you can help them get there by giving them the right tools to do so. Work isn’t somewhere you go, it’s something you do. So however (or wherever) you need to work, there’s a Jabra product that can help you get the most out of your day.
Jabra have spent years developing a world class portfolio of devices to enable productivity. Their range of headsets, speakerphones and video conferencing tools have been meticulously designed and engineered to support you – so whether you’re working from home, or from your smartphone, or need to take meetings where you are, we’ve got you covered.
We are proud and honoured to be awarded the 5* HP Sustainability Impact Partner Accreditation.
This award recognises our achievement in successfully implementing HP's Sustainable Impact Partner Programme across the company and our customer base.
The HP Sustainability programme aims to create long-lasting, positive change by protecting the planet, supporting the people and strengthening the communities where we live, work and do business.
The seismic shift in working life is reflected in our Post-COVID-19 Workplace Market Report, launched today.
As the UK’s largest workplace supplies and services company, we have analysed our vast reams of sales data from 2020 to identify changing patterns in UK organisations' workplace behaviour.