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CDEC expands with new office in Scotland

CDEC expands today and has announced it has opened a new office in the city of Glasgow. The move is designed to strengthen CDEC’s presence north of the border and better serve its clients in Scotland.

Toni Moss, CDEC managing director, said: “We already work with a number of businesses in Scotland, including the Scottish Parliament Building, schools and corporate clients. By opening an office in Glasgow we will be able to work more closely with existing clients while supporting our vision of growing our business in the region. By having a presence in Glasgow we will also be able to apply for localised frameworks that require a physical location in Scotland.

As part of this expansion, CDEC is looking to hire salespeople, engineers and office staff. For more information on any of these roles, please contact us on the details below or via our contact page.

The new office can be reached at:

CDEC Limited

  • 2 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 1RW
  • T: 0141 433 7050
  • scotland@cdec.co.uk
Program Delivery
UK Health Show CDEC’s Meeting Spaces of the Future

CDEC will be returning to the UK Health Show in September, this time showcasing their offerings under the banner Meetings Spaces of the Future alongside Clevertouch.

Situated on stand G36, CDEC will highlight an array of innovative technology, including the Atlona Velocity Touch Panel and Gateway, Biamp Tesira sound reinforcement and RMG Networks’ Korbyt signage player. These technologies are designed to meet the requirements of modern collaborative meeting styles and improve the staff interface with IT to deliver an efficient and effective experience that enhances decision making.

“One of the key deliverables of the future meeting space is to demonstrate value for money, and enable a more flexible support model, which can be delivered from anywhere and by any device, something which could have a huge impact in the healthcare sector,” said Corporate BDM, Andrew Upton who will be at the show.

The UK Health Show runs from 25-26 September at ExCeL London. It is aimed at NHS, primary care, independent sector, local authorities and private providers who want to overcome the challenges of digital transformation to create a sustainable healthcare system that delivers the best possible patient outcomes.

To register for the show visit https://ukhealthshow.com/register-options

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CDEC awarded ISO 27001 accreditation

CDEC has been awarded ISO 27001 accreditation. ISO 27001 was developed to “provide a model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving an information security management system.” It includes details for documentation, management responsibility, internal audits, continual improvement, and corrective and preventive action.

Like other ISO management system standards, certification is not obligatory however it ensures best practice is being followed while reassuring customers and clients that its recommendations have been followed.

Spiros Andreou, Service Delivery Manager at CDEC, said: “ISO 27001 accreditation is fantastic for CDEC and for our customers, suppliers and stakeholders. It means we can assure our customers that their data on our systems is secure, and that we take our information management seriously in the age of data breaches, GDPR and the move to Managed Services.”

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Experience the Google Jamboard at UC Expo

CDEC will be making its UC Expo debut next week, partnering with BenQ to showcase the latest display and collaboration technology, including the Google Jamboard, on stand D103. In association with BenQ, who are exhibiting on stand D101, the CDEC team will demonstrate how the cloud-based Jamboard can be used to collaborate with other Jamboards, enabling teams to share content and ideas, deliver presentations and brainstorm in real time.

Toni Moss, Managing Director at CDEC, said: “We’re very much looking forward to UC Expo. It’s the first time we’ve exhibited at the show and we’re excited to tell attendees about the latest products we can offer the corporate world. Being able to demonstrate the Jamboard, alongside BenQ, will also enable us to show just what a powerful tool it can be when it comes to collaborating and decision making.”

UC Expo, the largest unified communications and collaboration event in Europe, takes place at London’s ExCeL Centre on 16-17 May.

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Academies Show London – Join CDEC

CDEC will be exhibiting at the Academies Show at London’s ExCeL on 25th April, alongside BenQ and XSign. Visit stand 882 to see the latest display technology and cloud-based content management software enabling users to easily create, schedule and display engaging content.

The CDEC team will also be on hand to discuss their many projects in the UK education sector and advise on the wide range of AV/IT equipment and services available to create interactive, collaborative learning environments that will improve learning outcomes and benefit both students and staff. Whether a new-build project, an upgrade of existing facilities or a need for ongoing training or maintenance, the CDEC team will be available to explain the options and offer solutions within budget.

The Academies Show itself brings together over 3,000 attendees and is designed to support school business management, teaching quality and pupil outcomes. Visitors also get access to over 40 hours of tailored conference content covering topics such as building and funding sustainable buildings, GDPR and safeguarding, and creating better spaces for learning.

To arrange a meeting with CDEC contact Matthew Dunne  or drop by stand 882 on the day.

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