Working from Home

Working from home

Working from home; the novelty has worn off and for many of us and it’s going to be part of our working life for some time to come – it might be every day, most days or just the odd day a week but it will be an integral part of how you work. To be able to work from home effectively, you need to have the right tools at your fingertips – access to the files and software you need, remote meeting tools a business phone, all secure, all compliant, all covered by business-grade support.

We can help you work from home ‘as if you were in the office’  – to find out more, call us on 020 8601 7000.

Embrace Working from Home – Microsoft Teams & Microsoft 365

There are lots of ways you can make your working at home a ‘near-office’ experience by using the right technology.

With Microsoft Teams you can keep your teams working together wherever they are; working from home, in the office, on the road or a mix. Teams helps you collaborate and communicate.
You can create a full office phone system using Microsoft Teams. Upgrade your Teams to a phone system the just plug your Teams phone in at home or in the office.
Microsoft Teams Collaboration is a standard part of the Microsoft Office 365 suite and is the standard collaboration tool since Skype for Business was phased out last year.

Not using Teams yet? Get Teams for free.

Working from Home – The Right Tools for the job

Working from home for a few days and you can get by with domestic broadband, a mobile and a laptop but for the longer-term, you need the right tools.

If you have a Mitel Phone system, you can use your Mitel phone at home giving you all of the facilities you have in the office including quick dials, voicemails and call handling.
Trade from home with all of your usual office tools including hoot & holler, call barge with everything going through your back-office compliant recording systems.
Domestic broadband on the face of it may be OK but the service is shared with other households and, if something goes wrong, you are at the back of the queue.