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However you work, whether from home on the kitchen table or from a bespoke desk in an office building, it’s important your workspace is comfortable, safe, and productive. Ergonomics is therefore essential.   Ergonomics is a science that designs tools and environments for users to maximise efficiency, comfort, and safety. For desk-based workers, an ergonomically designed workspace can increase productivity and reduce discomfort. It is more than just buying the best chair or desk on the market. It also requires education on how to avoid hazards......

Microsoft Azure is an established, open and flexible cloud platform offering a diverse range of services from servers to back up solutions and everything in between. An internet connection simply connects users to their own servers and data via Microsoft Azure’s data centre in place of physical hardware typically stored on site in an office or in a......

Microsoft Teams benefits businesses by boosting communication and productivity. Since the pandemic began, it has revolutionised the way we work, for the better.  Microsoft Teams Enables Safe Remote Working Before the pandemic, Microsoft Teams helped staff work together effectively across separate offices, communicating with clients and freelancers, and international teams.  During the pandemic, Teams rescued many businesses by allowing them to......

The security of your business data and systems have never been more important than right now.  Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the fact more people are accessing the internet for longer periods, more people are working remotely on less secure systems, and more people are generally feeling anxious which leaves them open to manipulation.  Recent reports have shown a...

Are you preparing your business to reopen after lockdown? There’s a lot to think about, from making sure your systems are updated to ensuring your staff can maintain a safe distance.  Here’s a checklist to help.  Office layout planning  In order to conform to government guidelines, your staff needs to be 2 metres apart. For most offices, this will mean moving...