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Georgie White is a copywriter at a digital marketing agency in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. After completing his traineeship at the National Youth Film Academy and finishing his studies in Creative Media Production, Georgie transitioned to Mediaworks in August 2017 where he uses his creative flare to write unique content for a range of clients from all different industries.

The Rise Of Paperless Technologies

Paper is stacked high in our offices and its becoming too hard to handle — businesses across all sectors are considering implementing paperless technologies in a bid to reduce costs and become more environmentally compatible. With research estimating that companies are spending around $8 billion annually managing their paper use, the switch to a digital solution is no surprise. With the help of Maplewave, specialists in telco retail, we take a look at the possibilities that come with removing paper from the office while delivering remarkable results to customers in a bid to retain and acquire new ones. The shift to paperless Opting for paperless methods is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly, but 3% of businesses have already removed the use of paper from all processes within their ...

Can Smartphone Developments Improve Our Emergency Services?

Smartphones have become an integral part of our daily lives and have offered us great benefits that were once deemed as an impossibility. The concept has taken a mobile phone from being merely a device for making calls and sending text messages to gadgets which serve as nimble handheld cameras, portable TV screens and on-the-go internet browsers — to name just a few of their features. Although our smartphones have delivered many benefits to our personal activities, they have also been a great help to those working for our emergency services. Join TORRO Cases, suppliers of stylish and practical genuine leather phone cases and iPhone 6 cases to Cleveland Fire Brigade, as they explain a few reasons why… Biometrics Those in the police force may sometimes find it difficult to identify a p...