We’re in unprecedented times around the world, seeing unforeseen shifts in society that are impacting us all. For many, the sudden shift into working from home has been disruptive to both our work and personal lives.
With a longstanding belief in the benefits of working from anywhere, we’ve put together this guide to help managers, employees and companies who are new to remote working to adapt and succeed in this environment.
Use these tips and pieces of practical advice, compiled by our own remote workers, to help you keep engaged, productive and healthy in your new home office.
As business gets more and more complex, the need for outstanding concentration and collaboration gets greater. In an open office, that’s often a tall order. Your customers deal with the ever-increasing demands of modern working, and they need the highest possible performance as standard.
Imagine a speakerphone so flexible, you can take it with you wherever you go, turning your current location into a mobile office. Now imagine you could take that power and flexibility and add it to Microsoft Teams meetings?
Today’s office-based professionals are on the phone and on the move. Did you know that, over the last two years, the number of customers requiring multi-device connectivity – with desk phones, PCs/MACs and mobile phones – has risen 39%?