As our Digital Transformation research revealed, customer expectations have never been higher. In an always-connected world, consumers want businesses to be available around the clock, meaning a 9-5 approach just won’t cut it any more. Fortunately, employees feel the same way. Flexible and mobile working is becoming not just a perk, but a standard expectation.
But what is mobile working – and how can you create a mobile workforce For smaller businesses, this is fairly easy
For mid-sized businesses looking to update their networks, you might be wondering whether fibre ethernet lives up to the hype and whether it’s worth investing in? Spoiler alert: it does and it is.
Faster speeds, improved service reliability, increased bandwidth – not to mention significant cost savings and the foundations to support a cloud-based future. All of this is exactly what fibre connectivity offers, and these are the kind of factors that might just be the
During a decade of austerity, many public sector organisations have been forced to weather stormy seas – and local councils are a prime example of this. Budgets have been slashed time and time again, leaving local governments struggling to deal with the realities of providing services for increasing numbers of people and an ageing population. But while the recent Autumn Budget has promised more funding to improve services, this won’t necessarily improve staff morale damaged
Today’s retail businesses are operating with a complex agenda. On one hand, there’s the need to maintain dynamic, resilient, cost-effective networks, and on the other, to drive a strong, cross-channel customer experience. It can be tricky for business leaders to decide which to focus on – what strategies should they be putting in place to achieve one or the other, or both?
We see it differently. By focusing on your business network, and ensuring you work
According to international accounting firm BDO, mid-sized businesses are the engine of the UK economy, having ‘grown faster and generated larger profit growth over the last five years than their smaller and larger counterparts’. These companies play a key role in generating UK revenue and creating jobs, so it’s vital they’re supported with the best possible IT infrastructure.
But choosing the right infrastructure isn’t easy. Especially when these companies often face the lingering challenges of being
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