Ecommerce is set to take centre stage once again this Christmas, with 44 per cent of UK consumers planning to do the same level of online shopping as they did when stores were closed in 2020.
Systems are often slowed not because all components are weak but because of bottlenecks. You can have an extremely strong CPU but it is of little use if it is constantly waiting for the hard drive to retrieve data.
A crisis like Covid-19 turns old routines and certainties on their head.
Cloud technology has continued to boom over the last decade but the question remains of how readily it is actually being adopted by businesses.
Digital is the way forward. We are all connected by our smartphones 24/7 keeping up to date with vital information we need on a day-to-day basis.
For any business wanting to grow and operate successfully by consistently generating profits, monitoring and keeping a close eye on employee performance on a regular basis is essential.
Choices in relation to workplace technology have conventionally been the domain of the IT department, even in smaller business with fewer departmental divides.
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb rapidly by the day, business owners UK wide are now facing ‘unprecedented times’.
If you’re like many travellers, you’ve logged onto free airport Wi-Fi using your phone or laptop while waiting for your flight.
Switching to a cloud phone system is one of the lesser-known cost savings a business can make, but it’s also one of the most effective.