As restrictions from lockdown relax and organisations are encouraged to return to the workplace, most businesses are now looking at their options. Some will have staff returning on a full-time basis whilst others will have chosen a more flexible approach to working. How will your business deal with these new working patterns and how will you plan for this new normal? Read more...
By Vikki Croxson on 17/09/2020

As restrictions from lockdown relax and organisations are encouraged to return to the workplace, most businesses are now looking at their options. Some will have staff returning on a full-time basis whilst others will have chosen a more flexible approach to working. How will your business deal with these new working patterns and how will you plan for this new normal?

By SoundBytes Summer 2020 on 06/08/2020

The UK government has followed America’s lead in preventing Huawei from playing a role in the country’s 5G network. Amid accusations of state spying and espionage, the deadline has been set for all Huawei equipment to be removed from the UK’s mobile networks by 2027.

By SoundBytes Summer 2020 on 06/08/2020

Microsoft’s product line has become ubiquitous over the years, with businesses using it for a host of applications. However, it’s always worth conducting an objective appraisal before you opt for any one solution, even something as popular as Microsoft 365.

By SoundBytes Summer 2020 on 06/08/2020

Microsoft has finally moved the search bar in Outlook right to the top of the screen, after successful trials. Those in the Office Insiders Group have long known the search bar was to be moved, after seeing an early version where it appeared right at the top of the page...

By SoundBytes Summer 2020 on 06/08/2020

With people around the world now using Zoom for business meetings, conference calls and social check-ins, take a look at our five tips to elevate your future meetings.

By SoundBytes Summer 2020 on 04/08/2020

Coronavirus may help drive the change to remote working that millions of people have been requesting for years, according to award-winning entrepreneur Jo Wimble-Groves. He told Sky News that the lockdown could drive fundamental change in how people live and work.