We’re crossing the 1-year mark since the coronavirus pandemic drastically changed the way we live and work. While there is hope on the horizon, the “normal” that the world will be going back to will look different than the one it left behind.
Data migration is a part of life. At some time or another data has to be moved from an older computer to a new one, migrated from on-premises to cloud environments, or moved from one software to another.
In today’s unpredictable business world, it’s important to have cloud-based options for all your company communications. This includes the ability to answer your business phone lines from anywhere.
2020 has been a year where UK businesses have been rethinking legacy technology, such as landline-based phone systems. Lockdowns related to the pandemic have made it clear that cloud technology is necessary to ensure business resiliency in the face of the unexpected.
The average small business now uses approximately 40-79 different cloud apps throughout their organisation.
One of the reasons that some businesses aren’t quite sure about going to a completely cloud-based workflow is due to their worry about cybersecurity.
With the pandemic far from over, businesses are realizing that they’re in a new normal and that “business as usual” is going to be completely changed.
Don’t say you’re still using a business phone system from the dark ages? You upgrade your mobile phone every 2 to 3 years and your computer is certainly likely to be an up-to-date model, but what about the phones in your business? So much has changed with business phones over the last few years. […]