Remote Operations

In today's digital age, businesses need reliable and efficient tools to collaborate, communicate, and manage their work. Microsoft Teams and Office 365 are two powerful solutions that can help businesses achieve their goals. In this blog post, we'll explore the benefits of Microsoft Teams and Office 365.

Microsoft Teams has quickly become one of the most popular communication and collaboration platforms in the world. Many organizations are making the switch to Teams to improve their remote work capabilities and streamline their communication processes. However, migrating to Microsoft Teams requires careful planning and preparation. In this blog post, we'll discuss the details needed when migrating to Microsoft Teams.

Working remote or on the move?

Starlink, the satellite internet service offered by SpaceX, has been making headlines recently for its potential to revolutionize the way we connect to the internet. While it is primarily marketed towards rural households and individuals who may not have access to reliable internet service, Starlink is also being considered as an option for business internet.

Over the last several years, there’s been a shift towards remote work, and COVID-19 only expedited that shift further. The forced shutdown of offices all across the country helped many companies realize that remote work is possible. It’s also made them realize that remote work can be a much more cost-efficient solution. And better yet, it can increase employee happiness, health, and well-being. Remote work really is a win-win. If your business is transitioning away from the office, here are ten types of technology for a remote workforce that you’ll want to consider.

COVID-19 and the subsequent stay-at-home orders have forever changed the way we work. Even once it’s relatively “safe” to return back to the office, it’s likely many companies will continue to offer at least some degree of remote work options for their employees. While some companies, such as Twitter, have opted to go permanently remote, others will return to the office and allow their employees to work from home a few days a week or every month. Whatever the case may be for you and your team, it’s safe to say a remote office phone system is in your best interest as a business.

COVID-19 and the resulting shift to working from home have forever impacted the modern workplace. Companies that once thought remote work wasn’t possible are now discovering it actually is—and that it’s far more affordable than working in the office. While some companies have extended work-from-home policies through mid-2021, others have gone so far as to become permanently remote. No matter what, remote work is on the rise. And to ensure your business succeeds throughout this transition, you need a top-of-the-line remote office phone system.

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