From May 25, 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced by data protection regulators across Europe. It will change how businesses and public sector organisations can handle the information of their customers. This is the biggest change to Data Protection laws and comes
We all know that writing a great presentation (and delivering it!) can be a very daunting prospect for even the professional presenter. Worrying about whether your audience will get the jist of what you are saying, that you won’t be too boring, speak too slowly
At some point in your life you are going to experience writer’s block, whether you are writing an essay or writing corporate literature it is likely that you will have a moment where finding the words becomes difficult. There are many reasons for writers block;
No matter how much you double-check your work, mistakes will always occur. It is what makes us human, mistakes and learning from them.
The most common of these mistakes are transcription and transposition errors:
This is where information is input the wrong way
The Easter Holidays are upon us with churches all over the world getting ready to celebrate the life, death and rebirth of Jesus Christ, many sermons will be being prepared for Sunday’s service.
But why should churches and other religious organisations transcribe their sermons?
I have recently become part of a pay it forward group, where the pay it forwarder is paired up with someone who is less fortunate than themselves and are struggling with day to day life or are lonely and miss contact with other people.
We often get asked what is the difference between a typist and transcriptionist, after all both roles essentially involve typing. Our answer can often be lengthy. Before we explore the differences, we think it might be best to share what they have in common.
With the recent news that facilities management and building firm Carillion have gone into liquidation. The UKs’ journalists have gone on a rampage about outsourcing and how it is bad for business and the economy.
Whilst I admit that outsourcing of some of the UKs’
As we bid farewell to a fantastic 2017 here at Fingertips Typing, we wanted to take the chance to look back at what has happened in the world this year.
2017 started with President Donald Trumps inauguration on January 20th defying his sceptics there has
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
Stop… Let’s correct that.
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, typing could be heard and the clicking of a mouse.
In a world where speed and accuracy of data entry and getting work done are of the upmost priority many companies are looking for time saving devices that increase the productivity of their employees.
Years ago I was working in customer service for a large
The use of analogue (cassette tape) recorders is somewhat outdated but are still used in many professional industries. But as we have moved forward into a digital age there is a call for more companies to embrace digital dictation and here are some of the