Change is a constant in the life-cycle of any business, especially in the early years when resources have to be constantly adjusted to keep pace with growth. Nowhere is the need for flexibility more critical than in the area of communications, where predicting future requirements is difficult, and adopting the wrong technology can waste time, money, and even limit potential.
Since 2003, it’s been illegal to use a hand-held mobile phone while driving, and in March this year, the penalties for anyone breaking the law were significantly increased.
DRC have been alerted to an email phishing scam which involves fraudsters targeting customers and non-customers of Vodafone (similar emails are also being sent out with O2 branding).
In our blogs, we talk a lot about the benefits of integrated communications, and how bringing mobile phones and fixed lines together in a single hosted system like Vodafone’s One Net can deliver increase agility and efficiency to businesses of all sizes.
We love technology at DRC – and not just the communication solutions we provide to our clients to help them work smarter. A healthy obsession (you might even call it ‘geekiness’) with all things techy extends beyond our day jobs and into our personal lives.
No matter how smart technology gets, the single-most important factor influencing success and growth in a business will always be its people.
It’s no different here at DRC. We’re a tech-focused business, but it’s our team we depend on to provide our customers with a level of service and support that only real live humans can deliver!
DRC is extremely proud to have been awarded Total Communications status in Vodafone UK’s new partner programme. The accreditation marks another significant milestone in DRC’s long relationship with Vodafone, which dates back to 1993.
As a business owner, you’ll have done everything you can to secure and protect critical company assets like people, buildings and vehicles from all the eventualities you can anticipate. You’ll have made certain there are no weaknesses in your IT infrastructure, and in the desktop PCs your staff use every day.
Christmas is just around the corner, and if you’ve not done it already, you’ll need to start planning what gifts you’re going to give to those special people in your life
How does your business plan to handle the holiday period?