Technology, self-identity and organisational profits


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Who am I?” and “What makes me, me? are questions that have enchanted humans since the dawn of time. Successful organisations are those that are able to convince their consumers that their products or services enhance the consumers personal identity and extended-self (external portrayal of self-identity) (Belk, 1988).  Never has it been more important...

Organisations, brand and technology: An introduction


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Organisational brand identity reflects ‘who’ or ‘what’ the organisation stands for and represents. Various terminologies such as brand identity, branding, corporate identity or organisational identity are used interchangeably when discussing organisational identity. According to literature, discussions on organisational identity can fall into three groups – corporate identity (how companies portray themselves – through marketing,...

How To Deploy Desktop Background Wallpaper?


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IT administrators utilize multiple methods to deploy and manage computer desktop wallpaper backgrounds within their enterprise level organization. Listed below are few of those methods. Active directory group policy (ADDS GP). Login scripts (Local or AD). Scripts deployed using SCCM (SCCM and Intune have this feature). Desktop wallpaper background images deployed as SCCM packages...

Top 10 computer desktop wallpaper backgrounds | Corporate perspective


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These are my top 10 picks from the WPSecure computer desktop wallpaper background collection. Enterprise desktop wallpapers are designed to convey internal communication messages that are clear and visually stimulating.A good enterprise desktop wallpaper background has ‘information’ placed in ‘unused’ but ‘visually prominent’ areas of the desktop. Most users have shortcuts and other icons placed...