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User Group review (part two): Improving your User Group experience

After gathering in London for the User Group in June and hearing what you have to say about our products and services, it’s now a great time to look ahead at what we can do to make the next User Group even better. Last month we asked you how we could improve your User Group experience. ...

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Auto archiving…just one part of our automatic future!

As technology improves and features enhance the need for a resource seems more and more important! At public-i we see this as something of a challenge and are always looking for ways to reduce resource hungry applications and operation. We have a bunch of features and integrations that deal with this very dilemma, this post is ...

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My first month at Public-i

Before my first day at Public-i, I was excited but also a little bit overwhelmed. Here I am, a journalism graduate, about to dive into something slightly more technical than what I was used to. I knew my nervous state was unnecessary, mainly because when I thought about it, this wasn’t unfamiliar territory at all. ...

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Getting ready for the Public-i Usergroup #piug13

It's fast approaching - the Public-i usergroup, our bi-annual one-day get-together will be on Friday, starting at 10.30am. Quite apart from being the must-see event of the pre-Christmas period, knocking the Dr Who special from its perch, this will be a great chance to talk about many of the very important things that have happened ...

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As Mr Pickles gets serious about filming, it’s time to start webcasting

Last week, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, used Twitter to warn councils he hasn't ruled out changing the law to force them to let the public film meetings. Having admonished Keighley Town Council for ejecting residents who were trying to video a meeting, he answered a question from Jacqui ...

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