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Can You Work From Home During Bad Weather?

Unfortunately adverse weather is happening more often, and is becoming an almost annual event in some areas. Serious rainfall or snowfall can have a huge impact on your business: if offices and equipment is damaged in flooding, or if employees are unable to come to work.

To enable your business to continue running whatever the weather, now is a good time to think about enabling home working and putting in place contingency plans for adverse weather conditions. Allowing your employees to work from home instead of putting themselves at risk by trying to travel to work in bad weather is an excellent solution.

But is your business set up to enable home working for your employees?

With the right kind of telecoms set up, you could ensure that whatever the weather, and wherever your employees are, you can keep your business running and stay connected with your staff, customers and clients. Technologies such as mobile broadband (easily accessible from home with 3g internet dongles), VOIP routing for transmitting data through your internet connection, and even just a simple call routing system with voicemail service, can make all the difference – and all can be set up with minimal effort and expense.

Over the next few blogs we will cover some of the most useful technologies for helping employees work from home or setting up a home office, helping you to improve your communications and productivity through the use of the most appropriate technology for a home office environment.

We can advise on areas such as:

-  Setting up separate landline at your home office, with call routing and a voicemail service

-  Setting up mobile broadband or using secure 3g mobile broadband technology, accessed with 3g internet dongles

-  Using IP telephony to access your calls from anywhere, while still utilising the same voicemail and call transfer or forwarding functions that you are used to (VOIP routing can be used for sending voice and other types of data)

-  Which are the best business mobile phone providers and what kind of business mobile package would best suit your needs

-  How to use VoIP technology to stay up and running and in contact with your clients, staff and customers, whatever the weather and wherever you are

To weather-proof your office today, just give us a call on 0330 333 0330 and we’ll talk through your business needs and advise on the necessary telecommunications systems to keep your business running whatever the weather.



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