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As the number of on-line meetings and webinars soars, keeping track of time can be a challenge. Remember to set the reminder function in Outlook or use the Alarm and Clock function in Windows 10. Both will make sure that you are always on time! Stay safe and well everyone.
May 27, 2020 4:35 PM
If you are ‘desktop sharing’ with colleagues and your video quality deteriorates, switch off the video and exit as many other programs and windows as possible. Poor performance is a sign that your broadband cannot cope with the workload! Stay safe and well everyone.
May 19, 2020 12:14 PM
If your video quality is poor because the whole family is online and your broadband just is not coping, close as many windows and exit as many programs as possible. These all use up bandwidth. Final top tip, remember – when on video – Stay safe and well and SMILE!
May 13, 2020 11:59 AM
A lovely thank you message from one of our clients. We set up their IT and phone systems almost 2-years ago so that they could 'work remotely' if they wanted. Now they are operating 'business as usual' as they're fully equipped to work from home!
May 7, 2020 10:07 AM
May's Top Tip Number 1: How to stop the children interfering with your work and ensure data privacy. When you leave your computer, lock it by pressing the 'Windows logo key' on your keyboard + the L button! Hope you're all managing to stay safe and well.