New technologies are fast becoming the driving force of efficiency in GP practices. When implemented with consideration, digital technologies can assist GPs to deliver consistent, high quality care, at a time when budgets are being cut and workloads are increasing.
Over the last few years, Microsoft Office 365 has become the go to product for businesses looking for an email, calendar and document management system that will never go out of date. Microsoft Office 365 is a cloud-based system. Companies purchase a licence for the software and then use an internet connection to access the products and services they require. This means that their version of office will never become out of date as Microsoft retain ownership of the software and regularly update it with the latest upgrades and security.
Purchasing mobile phones for your staff is an expense that many businesses think twice about before making the final decision. The following is a list of jobs that would really benefit from having a mobile phone and should help you determine if the benefit of the mobile phone outweighs the cost for your business.
You often hear the term ‘cloud computing’ but do you know exactly what it means? Simply put, cloud computing is computing based on the internet. Historically applications and programs would be run from physical computers and servers but cloud computing enables people to run these same applications through the internet.Businesses rely on cloud computing at many levels – whether it be reading and writing emails on the move or checking bank details on a phone, chances are that cloud computing is part of the process.Cloud computing brings many benefits to businesses:
Dental technology has been slow compared to comparable professions but it is moving forward. Cameras are now used to take impressions, scalpels are being replaced with lasers and the time is drawing closer where it will become more important to move from traditional dental practice management to a cloud-based alternative.