An exciting new office development – 177 Bothwell Street – is set to change the Glasgow skyline when it opens in 2021. Commsworld is providing all the internet connectivity for HFD. We are connecting Glasgow’s largest office building to the rest of the world.
As COVID-19 continues to keep people working remotely, it’s becoming increasingly important to help your team feel connected. With isolation, social distancing, and stay at home mandates, it’s easy for individuals to start to feel disconnected and discouraged. Giving your team the resources to stay connected can help. Microsoft Teams can be one of those resources.
Earlier in the month Commsworld CEO, Ricky Nicol, joined Glasgow Chamber of Commerce for a webinar to discuss how businesses can make sure their digital infrastructure – IT, network infrastructure and cloud connectivity – is secure enough and robust enough to combat the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown.
As we survey the havoc wreaked on our economy by the Covid-19 outbreak, the debate has already begun on how best to rebuild it for the future.
As we are now in our fifth week of full lockdown many businesses are wondering when this pandemic will ease and what state their business and the economy is going to be in when we come out of it. Working from home, video conferencing an online meetings are classed as the ‘new normal’, but indeed we all know there is nothing normal about this pandemic.
It’s been a busy few weeks at Commsworld keeping our customers connected in these extremely difficult times, now more than ever people and businesses are relying heavily on their communications infrastructure.
With a quarter of the world’s population in lockdown and new UK government guidelines stating that businesses and employees should work from home where possible this undoubtedly will have an impact on networks that provide connectivity.
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With so many businesses having no choice other than to work from home we thought we would give you a daily insight to how Commsworld employees are getting on and maybe some words of wisdom along the way.
The current climate is a difficult time for everyone, businesses are trying to limit contact among employees, customers and partners where possible but naturally this will have an impact on productivity and business activity.
Having a Business Continuity Plan in place can help you understand and assess the potential risks to better prepare for unforeseen events, such as natural disasters or in this instance COVID-19.