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Cloud Computing When Working Remotely

Cloud Computing When Working Remotely
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Due to Covid-19 many employees are finding themselves working from home. This being the new normal for them, it may be difficult for team members to maintain productivity. Although working from home may have some advantages including reduced commute time and the peace of being in your own space, at home workers may also feel they are lacking guidance, direction, social interaction and more.

Did you know an IT Solution can help you overcome these boundaries to productivity?

Cloud Phone Solutions

A Cloud Phone Solution allows your team members to access their desk phone from their computer using a SoftPhone feature or on the go using the Mobile App. A HCS Cloud Phone Solution not only allows your business to be contactable during a disaster but also boosts communication between departments while allowing your business to stop paying over-priced line rental.

 

Microsoft Teams

When working from home communication may suffer and employees may come to miss their usual daily social interactions.

Microsoft Teams allows your employees to connect and quickly message each other, or alternatively use the Teams Video Chat feature to hold a meeting with all the benefits of a Face-To-Face meeting.

Embrace Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is an essential tool for remote teams. Using Microsoft Office 365 employees can access apps and documents anywhere from any device.

Bespoke SharePoint Solution can allow departments to collaborate simultaneously on documents. To learn more about how a Bespoke SharePoint Solution could benefit your business, contact our productivity experts today!

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