Paul Marrow

Paul Marrow: helping CBIA to shape the future of Digital Healthcare

From Biology to Telecoms C-BIA signed a partnership with Coevolve IT in October 2020 to further our collaborative work in the Research sector, notably in Healthcare. Here Paul Marrow, its founder, explains how he developed an interest in AI and Healthcare and the relevance of his research work in Biology and Telecoms to the field
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Au Pair in America

American Institute for Foreign Study and C-BIA celebrate a 10-year partnership

You may have never heard of AIFS but you have probably heard of their flagship programs in Europe: Au Pair in America (established in 1986) and Camp America (established in 1969). Each of these attracts several thousand participants each year and its likely someone you know has benefited! AIFS: We Bring the World Together AIFS
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Saïd Business School & C-BIA in the time of COVID-19

Like many organisations during COVID-19, Saïd Business School (SBS) has had to cope with the pressures of changing working practices, increased workloads, budgetary pressures and remote-working. But unlike most, it now had its client base of students from 67 countries scattered around the globe. It faced a mammoth challenge in continuously and seamlessly connecting these
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Part 3: a Logic Apps case study

Has there ever been a better time to automate everything? This is the last of a Three-part series of posts on Cloud-based integration in response to the ‘New Normal’ of IT. In the first post, we looked at the business case and benefits of using the latest technology to automate everything, cloud or on-premise. In
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Part 2: cloud-based tools to the rescue!

Has there ever been a better time to automate everything? This is the second of a three-part series of posts on Cloud-based integration in response to the ‘New Normal’ of IT. In the Part One, we looked at the business case and benefits of using the latest technology to automate everything, cloud or on-premise. Below
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Part 1: the remote-working business challenge

Has there ever been a better time to automate everything? This is the first of a Three-part series on Cloud-based integration in response to the ‘New Normal’ of IT. In this post, we look at the business case and benefits of using the latest technology to automate everything, cloud-based or on premise. In the Second,
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Homeworking

IT: What is the New Normal?

Remote Working & IT: Keep Calm and Automate Everything! Remote working poses 4 demands on IT 1. Secure Access to Systems Remote access tools such as Virtual Private Networks (VPN’s) has made this an operational challenge, one of scaling and budget. Users can be equipped with laptops, security, and access software for remote use. But
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