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Are there too many Managers?

Once upon a time there were only workers and owners, but then the age of the manager dawned, explains Lucy Kellaway. There are five million managers in the UK today, 10 times as many as there were 100 years ago. Even if you don’t actually manage anyone, your title pretends you do. A conductor is […]

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New has always been our normal

Plan A2Z Software has been partnered with Citrix® since the very beginning, offering our customers multiple options for deployment, and now Citrix® CloudBridge provides a unified platform that accelerates applications across public and private networks to provide superior application performance and end user experience.CloudBridge offers a broad base of features including protocol acceleration, market-leading VDI acceleration […]

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Samsung to test 7MW offshore turbine at UK’s new Narec facility

03 July 2013, published in focus.com Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) will test the drive train for their seven megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine at the National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec) in Northumberland, this summer “This is fantastic recognition for the team involved in getting the first independent test facility of this scale ready for the new […]

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Wind development gets huge boost with cost allocation decision

Originally Posted: 2013-06-25 Kevin O’Rourke, The AWEA Blog: Into the wind As the wind industry has rapidly grown over the last few years, one of the primary challenges has been transporting our new, low-cost electricity across the country.

Our nation’s aging and outdated transmission infrastructure–the structural backbone of our electricity grid–has greatly needed upgrading and expansion, […]

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Plan A2Z Software promotes creative thinking, and greater efficiencies, as space on towers and ground sites are maxing out.

Infrastructure evolution set to test tower space Dan Meyer, RCR Wireless Oct. 11th, 2012 We have come to expect technology advances that result in consumer electronics equipment getting smaller, more powerful and in most cases cheaper. This process can be seen in the hands and pockets of most consumers where that smartphone or tablet device […]

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