Enable remote working though business management
Remote working is now a way of life for many employees. And it’s increasingly key to the overall efficiency and productivity of the organisation. But there’s more to remote working than just a good wireless or mobile phone connection. As well as accessing and responding to email, employees need to be able to view and modify documents on the move and remain connected with colleagues and customers. Learn more about working remotely.
Take productivity to the next level
For every crisis there’s an opportunity. In spite of recent economic uncertainty, technology that helps businesses achieve more for less has continued to evolve rapidly. Put simply, the productivity tools that were once only available to large organisations are now affordable and accessible for start-ups, small-and medium-sized businesses. Learn more about business productivity.
Having a more resourceful IT infrastructure
Upgrading operating systems can be seen as a fantastic way of promoting productivity amongst employees. Managing employees can be troublesome, but with Windows 8 and the multiple resources on offer, this process can be made a lot easier. Managing employees is secure, see how to work productively from any location.
Make collaboration easier and better
The advanced communication and collaboration tools offered by Office 365 create an array of opportunities for effective team-working. Equipped with mobile solutions and remote access to their work file and documents, employees can not only work productively on their own, but also contribute to shared projects with colleagues based in other locations. Changes they make to a file or document are made available to other users in real-time, while instant messaging and conferencing technology allows instant communication.
"Who likes hiring? Who likes the process of hiring? It’s difficult but, when it comes to interviewing potential employees, you need to ask the loaded questions. That's because hiring the right people is central to the continuing growth and success of your business. So you need to use your interview wisely — to identify job skills, target personal strengths and weaknesses, and get a feel for someone's sense of teamwork and cooperation.