Working from home can seem like a great idea, you can feel more relaxed without the pressures of the office. But after a while, it can bring its own challenges. Especially when it comes to mental health, getting the right setup so your back doesn’t ache, Work/Life balance, Oh yeah… and remembering to leave your house occasionally.
A fragmented workplace can be where employees use several applications to communicate and collaborate together. We show you the value of unified digital workplaces that will work for you and your organisation.
You and your team have spent weeks, maybe even months preparing for an event. Setting everything up and making sure it is fine-tuned down to the finest detail. No matter the size of your event, we’re starting to see the Coronavirus outbreak impact spread across the globe. With travel to and from certain countries being restricted, companies asking employees to stay at home, and a general reluctance to travel, Plan B has never been more important.
Never before has working from home been such a hot topic. With the spread of COVID19, or Coronavirus as it is more commonly known as, companies around the world are looking at how they will maintain business continuity.
We’ve scoured the information-super-highway for the top objections people have about making the move to the cloud and debunked them for you. So, hopefully, these will help you make it easier to start your journey to the cloud, whether you’re a small business or a large one.
The team from Sei Mani attended Cisco Live in Barcelona (aka #CLEUR), the final one to be held there before their big more to Amsterdam in 2021. Cisco put on quite a show for the 20,000 attendees, with thousands of sessions, booths, keynotes and demos for everything Cisco. With so much going on, we thought it was only right to wrap up our top 5 takeaways.
By 2025 at least 75% of our workforce is predicted to work remotely at least some of the time. We explain how technology can enable you to lead your teams no matter where or how they work – are you ready for the future of work?