It’s the start of a new year, in the new normal – lockdown may not have been everyone’s dream way to kick off 2021, but there are opportunities to be grasped in this new remote working landscape in which we find ourselves. The increased flexibility and improved work/life balance that remote working offered businesses and… View Article
Taking the leap from physical servers to the cloud can be a daunting prospect. As well as the compliance and legal risks and concerns about the loss of control, there is also the question of security. Security remains a key issue for cloud customers, despite continued rapid adoption of cloud computing. 75% of cybersecurity professionals… View Article
In today’s fast-paced, remote working world, our expectation as consumers is to have the ability to access all of our information seamlessly, and at any time. The days of being tied to the office from 9am to 5pm and fully reliant on creaking filing cabinets have gone – businesses are moving to the cloud in… View Article
Whether you are migrating from traditional computer systems to the cloud or are already involved in private hosting in some capacity, there are many reasons why moving to a managed service could be hugely beneficial for your business. However, there are still many business owners and managers who are skeptical or unsure about making the… View Article
Many of us have embraced our new remote working life. Without the daily commute and requirement of a physical presence in the office for 9 hours a day, we’re enjoying a better work/life balance and reaping the benefits in terms of more time for improving our fitness, spending quality time with our loved ones and… View Article
Now more than ever, customers expect businesses to be available. Voice is no longer the default, and to remain competitive, companies need to ensure they have the tools to communicate with their customers. Whether by chat, voice or video, companies can improve engagement by the use of multiple channels to enhance customer service and speed… View Article
It’s official – the days of the strict 9-5 are gone. Flexible working is the new normal, with a number of City firms relinquishing their office space in favour of a more flexible working format, allowing employees to split their time between home and the office during adaptable hours. Best of all, it has a… View Article
Deciding on the best software for accessing your files and system remotely can be tricky – whether you want full access to your computer remotely, or just to a specific network, there are many important considerations such as cost, security and flexibility. The most popular virtual desktop tools are VPN and remote desktops – but… View Article
Whether it is reducing our carbon footprint, reaching new and more varied audiences or enabling our workforces to work faster and smarter, nobody would dispute that the internet has had a dramatic impact on the business world over the past twenty years. Millennials (born between 1980 and 1994) in most parts of the globe will… View Article
One thing we’ve heard consistently from our clients and in the media over the course of lockdown, is how crucial company culture is to remote working success. This recent article from Financial Times advises that creating a strong company culture should be the number one priority for a remote working workforce in the new normal… View Article
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