Perhaps you’re an up-and-coming startup looking to make your funds go further. Or maybe you’re looking to scale up your business without necessarily increasing property costs. In both cases, having the right technology in place could enable you to cut back on physical office space - and perhaps even make it possible to ditch bricks and mortar altogether.
Unless you move to the Gobi Desert and live like a biblical hermit, you cannot avoid the word “Cloud”. Whilst we appreciate that it is overused, there just isn’t a better word in the market that describes or conveys the message any better.
Welcome to 2016 and with the excesses of the festive period behind us, everywhere we turn we are surrounded by the obligatory Holiday, Diet or Health promotions.
We want to ease you back into the New Year gently, and have collated three key things you may want to think about for the coming year.
Technology and innovation have always driven change, from advances in engineering leading the industrial revolution, to conflict creating innovative medical procedures. It just can’t be stopped. We have all been part of this latest change and we are all continuing to drive it.
Running a business or managing teams can be challenging and time consuming. Business leaders are always keen to enhance productivity, efficiency and communication which can all help to drive profits. However a common obstacle to success can be disorganisation, and this isn’t just at an individual level, it’s can also be hindered by systems and processes.
Meet Ted the trusty IT guy… and the lessons we can learn from him
Having worked in the IT industry for a length of time, I have seen a number of companies become unstuck due to their choice of support. Often choosing a friend of a friend who once worked in IT, or the cheapest possible option. Either of these can be a false economy.
When early morning roads become eerily quiet, and the afternoon traffic seems less manic, this normally means one thing...The holiday season has begun.