Well done to our TTG ladies - Michelle Atkinson, Jenny O'Brien, Janine Pickles, Claire Cawthorne and Madi Caudwell for completing the Pretty Muddy for Cancer Research at Temple Newsam in Leeds. They braved through the mud and rain, watch the muddy highlights in the video. You can still donate and sponsor the team via our fundraise page here>
Our team is continually improving and enhancing ourselves or at least striving to, but whenever there is a change or addition to the tech team, it is the acronyms that cause the biggest problems.
Talking in acronyms is cool though right? It shows you've got experience and that you know what you're talking about? Maybe this is true, but what is certain is that if you don't know what they mean, then you feel very uncool.
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London on the 15th of June
Wish us luck, we will keep you updated on our progress!
You can check out all the categories and finalists here:
Currently the total funds raised for Leeds Mencap from our Sahara Desert trek stands at £6,613.00. A big thank you to all who have donated!
As one final fundraising push to close the gap on their £10,000 fundraising target, Jonathan and David will be LIVE on BBC Radio Leeds at 5:40PM and then LIVE on the Look North sofa at 6:30PM tonight, along with the CEO of the charity Leeds Mencap.
They will be sharing stories about their Sahara Desert charity trek and the great work Leeds Mencap provide to the local community for adults and children with learning difficulties.
If you have missed the updates, you can catch up on what it's all about here
Experience The Trek
The pair have taken some fantastic video footage showing the highlights of the Sahara Desert, which is well worth a watch, so we thought we'd share it with you! Click on the video below to experience their journey.
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The “find me, follow me” feature of Unified Communications (directing calls to employees’ personal devices from their desk phones) was the feature most appreciated by workers, according to the survey, with 77 percent seeing it having an impact on productivity. Next came conference calling, at 65 percent, and then unified messaging (all messages can be sent via all media) at 56 percent.
As you might be aware, our Directors are currently trekking the Sahara desert for the charity Leeds Mencap.
(If this is a total surprise to you, don't worry you can catch up and learn more here: www.ttgsahara.co.uk )
To capture the moment for all their sponsors and interested colleagues, friends, business associates and anyone who likes a heart warming charity story, we have set up a link to allow you to track their movements throughout the Sahara on Jonathan's shiny new satellite phone (which he was very excited about, who knew he liked technology so much), giving you a chance to see the desert from a birdseye view up close, and allowing you to see just how far they are walking in the heat.
Click the picture below to start tracking...It couldn't be easier.
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