As businesses become more comfortable with using Cloud services, the rate of adoption has accelerated. As well as more traditional hosted applications – like Microsoft Office 365 – organisations have the option to outsource even more of their operating environment, including the humble desktop PC.
It dominated the business headlines in 2016. Now, as all the Brexit talk moves closer to becoming reality, many UK businesses who have adopted cloud, are probably wondering about the effects of a pending departure from the EU. This is particularly relevant where you consume cloud services from suppliers in another country.
Thanks to the digital revolution of the business world, the evolution of technology, and the relentless need for online support and engagement, the modern office place is no longer confined to a single physical location.
The Virtual Office is a very real thing these days.
Add in the soaring costs of renting real estate, and you can see the benefits mount up for restructuring collaborative processes across many connected satellite workstations, rather than drag everyone across town every day in rush hour traffic in the rain, sleet or snow.
With Desktop as a Service (DaaS) your virtual office can be virtually anywhere, the coffee shop, the local park, your back garden, anywhere with an internet connection and a laptop. Whether you’re a progressive, forward thinking business owner looking to offer your employees the opportunities to work remotely from home or a freelance start up, the same tips and advice below applies…
Let's cut straight to the chase, and start off with the positives…