Remote Working. Now more relevant than ever.
The current climate has proved to be a challenging time for us all, however there are still ways you can stay online.
So what’s available on the market?
VPN technologies have been around for a long time and are one of the most popular and secure ways to connect to your company system – giving you access to your network as if you were in the office.
Firewall vendors such as Sophos, PfSense, Check Point and DELL SonicWall and many more have these features inbuilt and can be enabled quickly.
VDI works in a similar way to remote desktop connections which IT administrators use to remotely maintain servers, however it's purpose is to publish applications and virtual desktop environments to your users.
VDI's are an attractive solution for many businesses as they offer great flexibility through allowing users to securely access the business infrastructure from any supported PC or mobile device.
Cloud technologies have become the destination for the modern work space. They offer many advantages including their highly redundant and accessible infrastructures which are not cost effective for most organisations to replicate.
Azure and Office 365 offers a wide array of features that can make you and your team even more productive and your business only pays for what it needs.
The platforms enable enhanced document collaborations, the ability to host your email and phone systems online and manage your company devices wherever they are. You can also migrate your server infrastructure to remove even further dependency on your office.
We've made a quick guide here on how you can get started with Office 365.
However if you'd like to learn more about how to take more advantage of it or any of the other remote technologies we’ve covered, you can email us on
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Wishing all our readers and customers a safe journey through this truly exceptional period.