Free coffee in the workplace? Here's why you should consider it.

Coffee. A simple pleasure that makes the working week that bit more manageable. In fact, a whopping 65% of workers drink coffee in their workplace. For those 65%, it can total to an average of 3 cups a day which most say they couldn’t live without. So, more likely than not, your employees will fall within these statistics, and with rising prices from coffee giants like Costa and Starbucks, it should be within your best interest to help your employees, and save them some money by providing free coffee in the workplace.

1year | Technology News

Get Remote Worker Ready

As discussed in one of our previous blogs - 5 reasons why remote working could benefit your business - the rise of the remote worker may be one of the most significant changes in the business industry today. It’s grown so substantially – in what feels like just overnight - that if your company hasn’t prepared itself yet, it could face being left behind in the traditional office dark ages. Don’t worry too much though, this blog aims to give you an insight into the 4 basics your business needs to become remote worker ready.

1year | IT Manged Services

Is Managed Print Services (MPS) For You?

Traditionally, companies would have to buy numerous printers, scanners and photocopiers for different departments, and more often than not for individual office rooms as well. Once these were installed, it would usually be the IT department who would take responsibility for the upkeep of these machines, including ordering ink, toner and cartridges. They would also need to ensure that the software is up to date and the printer hardware is maintained to the highest of standards. This can take time and effort that sometimes an internal IT department cannot consistently commit to.

1year | Copiers and Printers

5 Reasons Why Remote Working Could Benefit Your Business

It’s estimated that the number of people remote working within the UK has risen to almost 1.5 million. Changing attitudes and advancing technological network capabilities have facilitated this growth, with the upward streak set to continue over the next 3 years. Statistics now suggest that by 2020, 50% of the UK’s workforce will be working remotely. That’s right, 50%! So, we wanted to give you the lowdown on how remote working could benefit you and your workforce.

1year | Technology News