Working from home can become a lonely enterprise. You could find yourself working overtime on the job long after you usually would have called it a day at the office. However, it doesn’t have to be like that. You can remain productive, stimulated and efficient while remote working.
Digital transformation can seem an abstract term. It encompasses complex processes that represent a significant cultural shift in the workplace. Many businesses find that they understand the importance of digital for the future. Still, they may fixate on digital...
Good communication and efficient collaboration are essential for creating a successful business. Communication systems can be needlessly expensive, inefficient and even outdated. With a Unified Communications solution, companies can improve communication and cut costs.
The world looked pretty different before 2020. When lockdowns began, businesses saw challenges enabling teams to work from home, especially around productivity, security, resiliency and collaboration. Businesses managed. But one thing is for sure: remote working is here to stay.
Microsoft Teams has been invaluable for our office staff and homeworkers. The ease with which we can collaborate without physically being in the office together is a revelation. Our blog discusses why Teams might be the ultimate business collaboration tool, bringing new levels of convenience to our working lives.
Your business cyber security is at risk. That's because cybercrime costs UK businesses between £9 billion and £11 billion every year. Digital crime is vastly growing. Internet criminals exploit our personal and business information for their gain. They use the dark...
Outsourcing IT Support can seem an unnecessary expense to many small businesses. But, whatever the size of your business, time is money. Yet many SMEs spend too much time performing tasks in-house that can, and should, be performed by a third party.
There are dozens of options when choosing a data connection for your business. Each option has its unique advantages and disadvantages. This article will focus on two of the most popular business connections, EFM (Ethernet First Mile) and FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet). Find out which is suitable for your business.
At SoConnect, we know that your business requires a reliable, fast & cost-effective internet connection. We also understand that it can be confusing with all of the internet options. So we’ve put together a brief guide on the connectivity options available for businesses. Find out which will suit yours!
One of the more little known developments in data connectivity is EoFTTC (Ethernet over Fibre To The Cabinet). EoFTTC utilises an FTTC (Fibre Broadband) connection to deliver an Ethernet grade service with dedicated, uncontended bandwidth.
The world of Telecoms is made up of acronyms and abbreviations. Unless you're very involved in the industry, it can be easy to glaze over when someone starts talking about ECC or SLAs and SIP. This is one of the most common jargon words in telecoms – but what are...
One of the main concerns many potential customers have with Satellite Broadband is latency – many people who have considered this service have been discouraged by often untrue or exaggerated rumours about its apparent poor quality