Mobile devices free us from the constraints of the conventional work environment, but genuine mobility doesn’t just mean being able to work from home or a hotel where you have a good Wi-Fi connection, it means being able to work from anywhere.
As far as reasonably possible, a prudent business will try and plan for any eventualities likely to disrupt day to day operations. As well as protecting key assets like people, buildings and stock, organisations will often put considerable effort and investment into ensuring that essential data will remain accessible should the worst ever happen.
It might be peak holiday season, but not everyone queuing up at the airport check in desk is going abroad to top up their tan: for many UK business owners, travelling to Europe, or even further afield is routine.
In our last blog post, we discussed how ISDN (Integrated Service Digital Network) is being phased out over the next 9 years to make way for SIP (Session Initiated Protocol).
Your business isn’t restricted by borders, so why should you have to worry about using your mobile phone when travelling outside of the UK?
One Net doesn’t just transform your telecommunications though – it can also work with Office 365 to make your business even more effective.
Cloud-based technology is revolutionising the workplace, delivering new, flexible ways of working by removing traditional boundaries, and enabling businesses to become far more efficient and productive.
While mobile technology lets you achieve far more, much more effectively with your existing talent and resources, capitalising on its full potential means finding deeper, more engaging, and seamless ways for your people to collaborate with one another.
Mobile technology has re-shaped the communication landscape, providing businesses with better, more flexible ways to work.