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Building an Ethical Law Firm

Building an Ethical Law Firm

Building an Ethical Law firm Building an Ethical Law firm is a multi-pronged issue that many lawyers within the industry wish to tackle but are sometimes unsure how. It is worthwhile first defining what ethical actually means in this context, different businesses have varied concepts of what an ethical business is. In this piece ethical means: socially responsible, profitable and community-driven. A business needs to be profitable in order to remain in business but this does not come at the

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Open Source Intelligence and Communities

What is Open Source Intelligence? Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) is not particular to IT Security and instead is a much broader concept – it is about the free flow and analysis of information from a wide variety of sources. Many intelligence communities including British Intelligence are increasingly using OSINT to expand their capabilities. The open-source element can be software or community, for example it can be the toolset an IT Security vendor uses to support businesses of all sizes, or

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Enhancing Diversity in the Games Industry

How can we improve diversity in the Games Industry? Diversity in the Games Industry is a pressing issue, namely because diversity across the creative arts is waning. Embracing diversity demonstrably improves the performance of businesses and creative output, as well enabling the Games Industry to have wider reach in the UK and abroad. Creative England have commissioned a report on social mobility in the creative economy and improving diversity within the creative industries. More specific to the Games Industry is a

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Technology for LawCentres

Is there a ‘right’ technology for LawCentres? At Hayachi Services we firmly believe that Enterprise Open Source benefits our customers, in fact it does – it provides more relevant and cost-effective technology for many of our legal clients. There isn’t necessarily a ‘right’ technology for LawCentres but we would lean on recommending proven technologies. Designing accessible systems is a must for LawCentres because many of your service-users will naturally be susceptible to external stressors and will also often use a

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Armed Forces Covenant

Hayachi and the Armed Forces Covenant Hayachi Services are a proud signatory of the Armed Forces Covenant, which aims to support businesses and individuals who are associated with the Ministry of Defence and the amazing people who work to serve the country. Many people who are spouses or children of Forces-families are disadvantaged, can suffer stress or specific challenges and obstacles in life.  In recognition of the financial difficulties the community faces we notably offer an upfront 15% discount on

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Volunteering: building expertise and community

Enabling volunteering Building a culture of volunteering is central to retention and driving engagement among our staff. Our clients particularly those in the legal sector are also very generous in enabling their staff to volunteer through the Law Centres Network as well within their communities. It is difficult to enable volunteering for staff who have long distances to travel during the working week, and naturally exhausted staff may lack the energy to volunteer on weekends. Flexible Working is an excellent

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How Software can help you with Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance (ESG)

Software fundamentally exists to help with user productivity – that is to say, to make more of less. If ‘less’ in this context is time, money, or waste then we can read this with an ESG lens. Making the most of our resources is fundamental to sustaining the environment and to sustaining our communities – but accounting systems are not sufficient for this. Special software is often required in order to support calculating emissions in the supply chain, or to

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The Conversation, on noise control in and around the home – and home office

How to make your house and garden more tranquil – tips from an acoustics expert Pexels Greg Watts, University of Bradford Many of us have been spending more time at home than ever before, and chances are unless you live by yourself in the middle of nowhere, at some point unwanted noise will have infiltrated your lockdown. Whether it’s cars passing nearby, a neighbour’s blaring music or the constant drone of a lawnmower, the trouble with sound is that –

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The Conversation, on the challenges of videoconferencing

Zoom security: I’ve researched problems with video conferencing for years – here’s what you need to know Spot the intruder. Andrey Popov/Shutterstock Thomas Reisinger, De Montfort University The video conferencing app Zoom gained about 2 million new users in the first two months of 2020 – and that was before the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. With so many people now relying on video conferencing for contact with their friends, family and colleagues, it’s no wonder Zoom

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devcom

Hayachi Services will have pride of presence at devcom, the B2B event which sits alongside gamescom. What is devcom we hear you ask? Nobody quite describes the event better than UKIE who represents the gaming industry in the UK. Gamescom & devcom, the most important trade and consumer show in Europe, will be a digital only show in 2020. Ukie will continue to support and promote UK companies at this show with a dedicated UK area and additional networking opportunities.

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