From the monthly archives: June, 2016

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Working Holiday

It’s another great British summer and looking out of the window at the driving rain as I type, I guess that is true. Summer can often bring challenges to business as staff take holiday or face childcare scheduling. The reassuring thing however is that technology is here to help. Companies can offer flexible working solutions to staff to allow a productive outcome to the problem a half-empty office can bring. Where the telephony is VoIP, staff can simply take a handset home or use apps to make and receive work calls on the mobile. Hosted virtual desktops and Remote Desktop links can allow users to securely login to the company network from any location. Office 365 can even allow for web based Office work through a browser with online versions of Word, Excel etc and access to company documents through a portal. The days when your staff needed to be in the building to work have long since passed.  With the correct IT solution in place your business can provide a commercially viable yet resilient a ...

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De-clutter your life

Like many new features that suddenly pop up in Outlook, our favourite productivity application, Clutter has received a lukewarm reception since it appeared, nestling in our mailbox folder tree, towards the end of last year. I suppose the reason it became much-maligned was that nobody really paid it any attention until it affected their daily routine in a negative way. Microsoft must shoulder some of the blame for this by slipping it into an update cycle, some would say, ‘unannounced’ (this is a little unfair as would have been well documented but who reads the release documentation?) and made it enabled by default. For most, it came into our awareness when inbound messages started to go amiss or a curious click into this new folder revealed a number of unread and, more importantly, unanswered messages. Horrified at missing that important notice or ignoring a potential sales opportunity, most Outlook diehards were aghast at this incursion into their mail sorting routine. All users of electron ...

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