Most businesses have tried and trusted approaches to running their organisations, honed after many years of experience. In some areas, this makes perfect sense – providing friendly and helpful customer service, for example, will never go out of style. But it’s also important to be open to new ways of doing things. And as our recent Survive + Thrive research
From SMEs to large, multi-site enterprises , all businesses want to thrive. But as Gamma’s recent Survive + Thrive research discovered, only 18% of UK organisations currently feel their business is doing ‘all it can to continue to grow and prosper’. The rest are either struggling to realise their full potential, or are actively
As we discovered in our recent Survive + Thrive research , the appetite for new strategies and technology is something that sets successful businesses apart from their competition. This means IT decision makers (whether that’s a small business owner or CIO of a global company) need to think carefully about what technologies they’ll be prioritising moving forward, in order to stay competitive
When was the last time you considered the efficiency of your communications platforms? If you’re currently using more than one platform, product or provider to meet your communications needs, the chances are, they’re probably not as effective as they could be.
Implementing Unified Communications (UC) – that is, an integrated solution that combines voice, email, instant messaging, video conferencing, and data services – is
At the start of 2018, research revealed that a staggering 93% of SMEs in London were struggling with productivity. Even in the highest performing areas, numbers were still troubling – 78% in Yorkshire confessed to facing productivity challenges.
Clearly, productivity is a big topic for SMEs. In fact, the problem is so pressing that a group
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