The Future of Working From Home

In April 2020, research showed that 49.2% of adults in employment were working from home as a result of the social distancing measures introduced in response to Covid-19.

Before this, working from home was already on the rise, with many companies exploring flexible and remote working as an option for their employees.

How To Work “On” Your Business

So, you’ve been washing your hands more often than you drink a cuppa (blasphemy), your weekly shop is a social event, and the word ‘unprecedented’ is burned into your brain for all eternity. 

As a business leader, it can be hard to know what to do.

Is Your Team Making The Most of Microsoft Teams?

We recently hosted a webinar on Microsoft Teams, answering your questions about the platform and showing you ways in which you can use it to stay connected with your team remotely. 

We use Teams as a central hub for our business and use many of its different features to connect, collaborate, share files and plan our workdays.

How To Get Started With OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is a digital note-taking app, and one that is often overlooked when it comes to the Microsoft Suite.

But, this powerful little app is full of surprises.

With OneNote, you can create, share and collaborate on digital notebooks full of handwritten notes, drawings, screen clippings, audio commentaries and more.

How To Get Started With Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams now has over 44 million active daily users, with twelve million daily users joining in a single week during the coronavirus crisis.

Teams is an effective tool that can be used to connect remote teams, host virtual meetings and enhance collaboration.

How To Make The Most of Video Calling

With more and more people working remotely, video calls are becoming an essential part of our daily lives.

Today, we've got some tips on how to make your next video call run smoothly.
Have a stable internet connection.
A crucial factor of video conferencing is fast, stable internet connectivity.

How To Stay Productive When Working From Home

Working from home doesn't have to mean less productivity; there are so many tools you can use and techniques you can try to continue doing your job from the comfort of your sofa.
File sharing.
Sharing files digitally has never been easier, with sites like WeTransfer and Dropbox.