Many organisations in the United Kingdom are moving all or part of their IT network to the cloud. But what are the advantages? What are the risks? And what measures should you take before making the switch to a cloud environment?
With the recent rise in home working, many businesses are scrambling to supply their employees with laptops so that they can work effectively while away from the office. The first instinct can often be to buy the cheapest laptop available, especially if you are buying multiple machines at once.
Effective and reliable IT equipment is vital to running a successful business. There is very little activity that happens in the modern business landscape which does not include using one piece of hardware or another, be it a laptop, a phone, a desktop, a server, or a webcam, etc.
Teams has seen an explosion of growth over the past year and Microsoft seems determined to make it the centrepiece of the Office 365 experience. Despite this, we are still surprised by the number of businesses we encounter who do not use Teams – even those who do use other Microsoft applications. While it struggled to compete with alternatives like Slack or Skype when it launched, Microsoft has been busy adding more features, and today Microsoft Teams is one of the best tools available to keep in touch with your co-workers and stay productive.
Is remote IT support the best option for your company? In this article we’re going to cover some of the most prominent ways that businesses benefit from remote IT support, based on real feedback from our customers.