Remote working

Helping you and your employees maintain focus, security and productivity

Are you ready to work from home?

The need to work remotely is more vital than ever given the recent government Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice asking companies to switch to home working, so that employees can stay home and minimise the spread of the virus.

At Cobweb, we are lucky to have the technology to switch quickly to remote working but we understand that many of you might need assistance in setting up the right solutions so that you can continue to work safely, securely and productively.

Our priority is to help you successfully make this switch, not just technically but also with guidance for keeping you and your teams engaged and healthy.

We’ll be regularly sharing our learnings about employee mental health when working from home, alongside information about the solutions that can make this transition easier and successful.

As remote working becomes the norm, we share some of our top tips to help you stay focused, healthy, protected and productive Tips for remote working

Tips for remote working

Empowering teamwork regardless of where team members are based is a challenge, discover how Microsoft Teams can help

Keep teams working together

Keep in touch with colleagues and stay productive

Being able to communicate easily and still have access to all your files and data is absolutely vital to remote working successfully. Microsoft Teams has incredible functionality that allows you and your employees to work together through chat, online meetings, document collaboration, file sharing and phone calls — from any device.

From deployment to user-training, we can help your business continue on as normal. We know it works because that’s how the Cobweb team are working right now!

What’s more, you can experience Microsoft Teams for free with a 6-month trial.

Keep in touch with colleagues and stay productive

No laptops? No problem.

Many businesses are not able to provide laptops to all employees but don’t let that hold you back.

Remote desktop solutions allows you to provide a familiar PC desktop that your teams can access from almost any device, including iPads and home PCs.

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What to do if you're not in the cloud?

Now’s the time to move…

Cloud computing is now a staple in most small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Four in every five SMBs use a type of cloud computing model called software as a service (SaaS), which transfers the applications that run their business into Microsoft Azure.

Given the circumstances, it might be time to consider a migration to the cloud and shifting solutions to Azure; it’s probably not as expensive, or as difficult as you’d think.

What about business security?

Remote working introduces new security challenges that must be considered. We recommend that you review your current security policy to ensure that your employees still remain safe and protected, regardless of where they’re based — to help, we’ve outlined three security focuses that should be included.

Protecting online identities is a necessity. Ensure that business software can recognise your employees as they access data and systems from home.

Protect employees

90% of attacks happen in an inbox. Can you and your employees recognise a phishing attack? Let email security software stop what your employees cannot.

Protect inboxes

If a device were to break, then vital data is at risk of being lost forever; ensuring that your business has an easy tool that backs up all business data is the last line of defense.

Protect data

Questions about remote working?

No matter how big or small they may be, we want to help you and your business find a solution during these unprecedented times.

Simply fill out the form and one of us will get back to you within 24 hours to help answer any questions you may have.

Make remote working a reality. Easily.