Business productivity is pivotal within any company, whereby employees can work efficiently and effectively at all times. Increasingly, businesses can get stuck in a position where they want to offer their teams the chance to work from home, flexibility to work during outside of office hours, and the ability to access the information and resources that they need to do so.
As we begin to approach the middle of the year, companies are asking what 2016 has shown so far about the future of cloud, and what it could contribute to their business in years to come. Since 2010, the number of UK businesses using cloud computing has risen by 75%. This dramatic increase suggests that businesses should be doing what they can now to ensure that they have the infrastructure and staff training to cope with use of the cloud in the future. So what are the 6 emerging cloud trends predicted for 2016 and beyond?
With society turning more and more to technology for their business requirements, it is no wonder that a growing number of businesses are exploring alternative telephony options that could not only cut costs, but bring a range of other benefits to their business. VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, technology relies on communication over the Internet. Unlike traditional phone lines, VoIP allows calls to be made from desktop computers, and across multiple locations with the same network.