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While every one of your patients is unique, there is one big concern that they all share – and it affects every member of your team, every day. It’s the challenge they face when calling for an appointment – and all that goes on behind the scenes to respond to that call. Of course, as long […]
12 October 2021 As one of the UK’s leading providers of telephony and communication services in the primary care sector, AdEPT supports more than 800 GP surgeries maintaining vital links between staff and patients. Always looking to innovate and provide new services, AdEPT is pleased to announce a new partnership with X-on that will enhance […]
30th September 2021 While schools have widely adopted remote teaching platforms during the pandemic, they have also found creating user accounts and keeping them up to date to be a real challenge. But a new service from AdEPT Education is set to change this. Schools that have adopted remote teaching platforms over the past 18 […]
30th September 2021 AdEPT Nebula demonstrates its success as the TUC joins 635 customers on the network One of the largest trade union federations in the UK has appointed AdEPT Technology Group to transform its IT. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has partnered with AdEPT to bring more flexibility and resilience to its IT, with […]
There’s no doubt that there has been a massive rise in the use of digital education platforms in schools, and there are some incredible statistics that illustrate this. Worldwide there are now more than 170 million student and educators using Google Workspace for Education and over 100 million students using Microsoft Teams. This mass-adoption was […]
How to get more out of your Microsoft products and services Working in IT, I have always found it interesting to look back at past predictions about technology to see if they’ve come true. For example, back in 1975, Bloomberg’s Businessweek magazine ran an article that predicted the future of the workplace. It drew on […]