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The total number of people who regularly work from home now exceeds four million, accordingly to an article published in the British newspaper, The Independent.
The article reveals figures from a study conducted by the TUC that suggests that there’s a been ‘a surge’ of more than 800,000 people who have become regular home workers over the past decade.
You can read the full article by following this link.
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Our GoMobile page features just a few of the technological tools you can use to manage your business this summer from the comfort of , well, wherever you choose.
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The telegraph has recently published an article suggesting that some people don’t feel as productive working from home.
What say you?
We’ve been successfully working as a cloud-enabled company for over three years, and we’d say that our productivity has improved thanks to a whole host of cloud-enabled tools, such as video conferencing and online collaboration.
We’ve been sharing our experience with our customers to improve their efficiency and afford them considerable cost savings.
If you would like to read The Telegraph article that ultimately encourages all businesses to embrace cloud technology, click here.
If you would like to know more about how cloud solutions can improve the efficiency of your business, give us a call on 01223 789 560. Alternatively, click here to send us a message through our cloud-enabled form that automatically opens a case and assigns it to a representative to ensure your query does not get lost in somebody’s inbox.
Now that’s what we call efficiency.
An interesting article here from down under, The New Zealand Herald to be precise, about the work-life balance.
Take a look.
“There’s a lot of talk these days about the work/life balance. For many, smartphones and cloud technology make it possible to work anywhere, any time. It’s feared that we will end up on the job all day.”
Click here to read the rest of the article on the author’s website.