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In the February issue of the FutureDotNow newsletter, we’re looking at being safe and legal online – even when you’re not in the workplace! Dirty Digital Secrets is with us again, as well the world’s first corporate newsletter problem page!

You can read the newsletter in full here, but here is a sneak peak of what’s included:

  • Being safe and legal online, the Essential Digital Skill: In the run up to Safer Internet Day, we ask is the workplace safe and legal online?
  • FutureDotNow Playbook beta launch, 28 January 2021: Our next coalition call is all about practical help to get started or accelerate your organisation’s digital upskilling.  Join us as we share the beta version of our Digital Skills Playbook. 
  • Digital Dilemmas with Liz and Holly: In what we believe is a first for a corporate newsletter, FutureDotNow’s agony aunts have answered your digital dilemmas.
  • Dirty Digital Secrets!: We’ve asked the team at FutureDotNow and some friends about their own inner digital skills crisis. Facing up to our Dirty Digital Secrets is the first step to addressing them!

If you have an idea or comment about the newsletter, please contact our head of comms and newsletter editor, David Pincott at 

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