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01 Sep 2020
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Unified Communications: The key to prospering post-pandemic

How the rapid rise in UC adoption is enhancing both user and customer experience.

Before the COVID pandemic, Gartner reported that just 12% of organisations were ready for large-scale homeworking. So as lockdown arrived, the race to implement flexible working began, resulting in many IT teams adopting short-term solutions that didn’t necessarily meet long-term needs. 

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13 May 2020
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Life beyond lockdown: 4 next steps to move your business forward

Posted by Richard Holbrook

For Remote Working Business Continuity Opinion

Continuity remains key as businesses prepare for the future of work.

Businesses have recently faced the biggest business continuity (BC) test ever seen, forcing us to change the way we work. Whilst many businesses implemented their existing BC plans, others found a 'quick fix' to homeworking and inevitably, some were forced to close their doors entirely.

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01 Apr 2020
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Protecting your business from phishing during the Covid-19 pandemic

Posted by Chris Thomas

For News Security Remote Working

In these unprecedented times as the world is coming together to battle a crisis, cybercriminals have been quick to capitalise on the change in normal working environments.

As the ultimate opportunists, they use the latest headlines around Covid-19 as clickbait, preying on intrigue, fear and uncertainty to gain access to corporate networks, potentially leading to compromised personal and company data and financial loss.

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03 Mar 2020
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Coronavirus: changing the way you work

Posted by Richard Holbrook

For Opinion Business Continuity Remote Working News

Since the onset of coronavirus, businesses around the globe have taken precautionary measures to prevent further spread of the infection. This has led to an unprecedented rise in homeworking.

And with Boris Johnson today announcing the UK’s plans for containing the outbreak, ‘social distancing’ could become one of the tactics used to control the spread of the virus. Whilst not overreacting, businesses need to prepare for the possibility of remote working at scale.

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