Involve’s Highlights of 2017

Amy Redfearn
2017 has been a busy year for Involve, full of changes and growth. Here are our 2017 highlights, with a look into 2018.   To start the year off, Dan Loomes became Head of Service in January. “My first year as Head of Service has been a year full of new challenges and opportunities. As a department we...

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In early September, 22 of the Involve team completed the Tough Mudder, to raise money for Birmingham’s Children Hospital, Liver and Kidney Wards.     We chose this very worthy cause in thanks for the fantastic care and support they gave to one of our team, Mick Roach’s young son Harrison, after he needed and kidney and...

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Remote working can empower a workforce to be more productive and collaborative, as long as it's done right. Some of our team give their top tips on how they work from home or remotely, effectively.   As a Manager with a team of remote workers, I suggest using presence as an indication of team member’s availability. ...

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virtualinterpreter.org is a Virtual Interpretation partnership with Enable2, a successful social enterprise organisation specialising in the provision of quality interpreting and translation services and Involve, a leading provider of secure video communication services to the public sector. The service delivers high quality virtual interpretation sessions through the best in class video technology. The simple to use...

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1. Consider what the space is being used for Not every meeting space is created equal. There are a variety of video conferencing rooms, which cater to different sizes and budgets. Less can be more: although immersive rooms with 3 screens may look swanky, they won’t be as effective for small meetings of less than 5...

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The Involve AV School Whitepaper takes a detailed look into the importance of audio, and tells you all you need to know about audio in meeting spaces in 4 to the point parts. Click here to request to download the whitepaper Contents: The one covering the basic principles The one all about USB audio The huddle space...

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Can Involve Health be the answer to some of the problems posed in The King’s Fund latest NHS report? The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. Through research and analysis, they regularly publish reports on the NHS which are intended to promote understanding of the health and care...

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Any regular video users already acknowledge that video conferencing has been one of the most important technological advances for businesses in the 21st century. Collaboration couldn’t be easier, aided by a plethora of video conferencing solutions for companies of any size, so it astounds me how some businesses are still hesitant to adopt video conferencing. Why...

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Enable2, the interpreting and translation social enterprise organisation who Involve have partnered with to create virtualinterpreter.org, have won an award for Technical Innovation of the Year. Virtualinterpreter.org is a newly launched virtual interpreting service that provides high quality interpreting services using best in class video technology. The team of experienced interpreters, who cover over 130 languages,...

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Over the years, working from home has evolved into anywhere working. The difference? Anywhere working is what it says on the tin. You can work from anywhere: your bedroom, a coffee shop, on the train, or even your local pub if that’s your thing*. The main reason for the rise in popularity of anywhere working is...

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