Remote Working

REMOTE WORKING

The Government is recommending that we prepare for up to 20% of the workforce to be on sick
leave and any given time in the coming months.

To help your business manage through this challenging period there is technology to keep the
wheels turning.

By making use of the communications systems available in Microsoft’s Office 365, you can keep your
team in touch and collaborating even if staff can’t get into the office.

SY have prepared a simple checklist below. Take a look and see how well prepared you are.

If there are any areas that you need help, don’t worry, just drop us a call or email and we can get you sorted. And – as its all based on Office 365 – you won’t need to spend much money.

 

Key worker requirements for remote working
Essentials (assuming office 365 platform) Available Tested User Trained
Home access to internet
Available PC / Laptop
Access to Office 365 or local server
Access to business telephone system
Important for extended remote working
PC headset / Microphone
Microsoft Teams configured for Voice & video calls
Microsoft Teams configured for internal calls / meetings
Microsoft Sharepoint configured for document sharing / collaboration
Nice to have
Microsoft Teams configured for external calls / meetings
Video conference available from central office meeting room

Now you’ve looked at that, please click on the most appropriate link below:
1. I think everything’s OK!
2. I’m in quite a good place but would like to have a chat.
3. There are a few areas I’d like some help.
4. I’d like a fixed price training session with Q&A and handbook.
5. What’s Office 365?