Changed circumstances beget creative solutions and, with traditional avenues of customer service disturbed, businesses are finding new ways to stay connected with their customers
56 per cent of UK workers say productivity is stalling at their company because of outdated technology. Will COVID-19 solve this? Our Connected Business special report, published in The Times, explores how adversity often gives rise to innovation and a boost in efficiency. It examines why cultural change is the key to emerging from the pandemic with a more empowered workforce and how businesses are finding new ways to stay connected with the customers. Also, the featured infographic looks at how best to empower and engage the workforce remotely to help weather the COVID storm.
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A secure, dependable and predictable network, wherever people are working, is vital as organisations in the connectivity ecosystem navigate a new world
The coronavirus has been a monumental catalyst for change in the way we all work, as offices, warehouses and high streets remain empty across the country
With Cisco’s Webex platform, your people can work seamlessly anytime, anywhere and on any device, says Jeff Boslem, regional director for cloud and hosted collaboration at Cisco. But can the same be said of your current provider?
After the pandemic subsides, organisations will finally embrace a truly hybrid model of remote and office working powered by a new trend; bring your own meeting (BYOM), says Lieven Bertier, segment director for workplace at Barco ClickShare