Starting a new job can be an uncertain and stressful transition in your life. Starting a new job during a global pandemic, where everyone is asked to stay at home and job insecurity is high, is a totally different level of stress. Back in early February when I was interviewed by David, my boss, for
Your business operates in a Microsoft world. Between Office 365, Outlook, Word and Excel, you rely on Microsoft every single day. Since the start of the pandemic, in particular, businesses have been relying on Microsoft Teams more than ever to communicate, collaborate and continue being productive. Microsoft Teams in particular has proved indispensable to
Remote working has become increasingly popular over the years as technology has allowed people to work efficiently away from the office. This year, the number of remote workers has inflated exponentially, necessitated by social distancing measures due to the pandemic. One thing has become very clear out of all this: remote working is here to
Over the past few months, the way we work has changed drastically. Many of us are now working remotely due to Covid-19 and businesses have had to adapt to this new normal. However, there are a large number of risks associated with remote working and you need to ensure business continuity in case something happens.
With many people now working from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, now is the optimal time to ensure that your home network is safe and secure. Most households nowadays have a host of appliances that connect to the internet, such as TVs, smart home devices, printers, mobile phones and personal computers. Having a secure
With many of us now working remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be difficult to feel that we are as productive and effective as usual. For someone who is used to working in an office, working from home can be somewhat overwhelming. Here are some tips so you can ensure you remain effective