Work… but not as we know it

There have already been huge shifts in the concept of the traditional office space, with millennials expecting to have the freedom to work wherever and on whatever device they choose. Although laptops and PCs are likely to remain the primary devices for work activities, the near future will require a seamless transition between devices more …
iT One features the prestigious Managed Print Services contract at the European Commission, won by Getronics and Systemat

iT One features the prestigious Managed Print Services contract at the European Commission, won by Getronics and Systemat

The consortium of Getronics & Systemat, named GETSYS Luxembourg, won a the PrinCeSSe’ project at the European Commission. As reflected in the project name, the scope of the project is printing (Print), copying (Copy) and digitalisation of documents (Scan) as well as on the services related to the management of the European Commission Documentary park. …
Getronics features in Information Age discussing how data is having an increasing influence on the world of rugby

Getronics features in Information Age discussing how data is having an increasing influence on the world of rugby

How data will power the Rugby World Cup As the Rugby World Cup kicks off today, new data sources will be used by different teams to make sure they don't drop the ball. [button icon="fa-external-link" icon_size="fa-lg" target="_blank" font_weight="" text="Click here to read the full article" link="http://www.information-age.com/it-management/strategy-and-innovation/123460191/how-data-will-power-rugby-world-cup"] [social_share] Full press coverage to date can be found …
Computing.co.uk today features a news article on King’s College London’s Access Kings Global Desktop, for which Getronics is the hosted service provider

Computing.co.uk today features a news article on King’s College London’s Access Kings Global Desktop, for which Getronics is the hosted service provider

Computing.co.uk today features a news article on King’s College London’s Access Kings Global Desktop, for which Getronics is the hosted service provider. The Access King’s Global Desktop will enable all Kings’s College’s 25,000 users, including staff and students, to access core applications such as Microsoft Office, email, statistical packages and e-learning tools, with almost any …