Over recent years there has been a noticeable rise in companies encouraging and allowing their staff to partake in flexible working. To put it simply, a flexible worker is an employee that works outside of a normal working pattern. Their working hours and place of work may change from one day to the next, meaning that companies which permit their staff to work this way have to give thought to the technology that they provide. Continue reading “Does flexible working encourage happy employees?”
A rise in the number of female non-executive directors means that the FTSE 100 is on track to achieving Lord Davies’ goal of having more women on the board by 2015. In total, women should hold 25 per cent of boardroom seats in just two years. However, increasing the number of women that are represented on the board needs to be a priority for all companies, not just the FTSE 100. Continue reading “Do women improve boardroom dynamics?”
The temperamental British weather can cause havoc for businesses; whether it be flooding or heavy snow. You need to have a plan to be able to run and operate if and when disaster strikes.
A disaster recovery plan is essential for any business; it documents every reaction should your business be unlucky enough to face a disaster. Flooding in the office, for example, is devastating enough but even more so if your company has no means to enable employees to work from an alternative location and continue to earn your company revenue. Continue reading “Is your business disaster proof?”
You will undoubtedly have heard many mentions of Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) over the past year, but perhaps without much detail in to exactly what it is. Companies both selling and using the product shout about the benefits, but without knowing exactly what the solution entails it is difficult to know whether it would be an asset to you.
What is DaaS?
Most commonly abbreviated to DaaS, Desktop-as-a-Service puts your desktop in the cloud. Continue reading “What is Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS)?”