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Are you set up for working anywhere?

Are you set up for working anywhere, on any device, at any time?

Didn’t 2020 just throw a massive curveball at us.

After the urgent rush to work from home in March, many businesses now have some staff still at home, with others in the office.

And it’s looking like (cliché alert) this will be the “new normal”.

Seeing as we don’t know what the next few years have in store us, this is a great time to make sure that all of your team can work from anywhere, on any device, any time.

That gives you maximum flexibility and minimum future disruption.

Download our guide to show you the most important things to consider with a permanent flexible working arrangement for your people.

If you would like to discuss this or have any other IT question, you can call us on 0207 241 2255 or simply fill out the contact form on our website and we’ll quickly get back to you. If you’d like to schedule a call directly with Ben, please connect via his calendar link.

 

 

 

 

Has your phone system been designed for your business?

You’ve got to admit, the telephone has come a long way over the past few years. In this month’s guide, we look at seven benefits of having a phone system designed for the way we do business in 2020.

Do you remember how business used to work 20 years ago?

Everyone worked from the office, probably using a huge grey or beige computer with a monitor the size of a breeze block. You just about had space on your desk for your phone and a coffee – your notepad had to balance at a funny angle.

All of your files were either physical or saved on your computer. If someone else needed an updated version you had to email it to them.

Most meetings were in person, but if someone was too far away, they could dial in for a clunky, expensive conference call.

It seems prehistoric now, doesn’t it? Literally, last century!

Business moves on quickly, and technology moves even faster!

Everything that changes with technology helps to improve our businesses and make our lives easier (though it doesn’t always seem that way to begin with).

Computers are faster, less cumbersome, and more advanced… the internet has changed the way we use information… so, what else do we need to look at?

What about your phone system? Have you ever considered that?

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The list of benefits to a new phone system is huge and it’s really worth considering for your business.

Could you do with an increase in productivity in your business? Could you and your customers benefit from the greater functionality a new phone system could bring?

Would you like to save a bit of money while improving your service?

It seems like a no-brainer!

So, if your phone system is three years old or more, a conversation about how bringing your phones in-line with your other technology is a good place to start.

And we’d love to help!

Contact us today on 020 72 41 22 55 or simply fill out the contact form on our website to see exactly how a new phone system could benefit you and your team. If you’d like to schedule a call directly with Ben, please connect via his calendar link.

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