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We should be well versed in the switch back to remote working (if indeed you even went back to the office) after all we had to do to adapt in March 2020. However, were the measures you put in robust and “business class” or are you struggling with a patchwork of make-do solutions that just about saw you through what was to be a temporary period before things went back to normal?
We understand that to properly transform your way of working from an office-based operation to a full, remote set-up is daunting and requires financial and people resource, however those that made the leap last year will be reaping the benefit now.
With so many options available to equip your workers with access to critical business applications, customer databases and company communications networks it’s not too late to get your business flexi-fit. The following technologies are out there in abundance with affordable, easily set-up applications to get you back to working remotely and efficiently as quickly as possible.
Once you’ve got your company mobiles in place, don’t forget about adding a Mobile Device Management (MDM) service. This allows you to remote lock and wipe the employee’s device in case of incident, plus you can also control which applications are able to be accessed in line with your company policies.
If you’ve not yet considered asset tracking technology for your business, now is a great time to assess your requirements. When you’re trying to limit face to face contact with colleagues and customers, tracking solutions can automate many processes so you can work safely and spend more of your time optimising business performance.
We all need to pull together in times like these and we are pleased to be able to offer additional support to a variety of sectors:
Applications like Microsoft 365 are more and more widely used by businesses of all sizes now. This is an example of the Software As A Service (SaaS) model where you pay on a per user per licence per month basis. The latest versions of all the Microsoft Office applications are then available to access over the internet by the assigned users, with all company data being saved into the cloud storage, removing the need for on premise IT infrastructure and physical software installations. All this makes logging on to your work environment from multiple devices and locations a breeze.
There’s probably hardly anyone now that’s not used one of the many options for online meetings and video calls! Whichever one you choose, make sure that all your team have it installed and run a few practice internal meetings to make sure everyone’s confident in using the tech.
There is a large volume of online file sharing services available such as Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive & Box. With a range of free to paid versions depending on the functionality you need; it’s never been easier to transfer files securely and quickly.
Remember that although we have been told that this latest lockdown is for an initial 6 weeks, nothing is set in stone and we need to protect the welfare of our workers. Especially with schools closed an open approach to flexible working hours and patterns will be so important for working parents and people with caring responsibilities.