DJ O’Meara Solicitors have seen many changes throughout their 130-year history and have learned a thing or two about how to adapt. Switching to cloud-based servers seemed like a no brainer for the firm, and when COVID-19 hit, their pandemic-proof system turned out to be a godsend.
The rights of employees to request remote working will be underpinned by legislation and, separately, there will be a code of conduct introduced on the right to disconnect and switch off from engaging with emails or other messages during non-work hours.
With the advent of the Coronavirus pandemic and the corresponding rise in remote working, we have seen a sharp increase in demand for Cloud-based technologies from our clients. Central to this demand has been Virtual Desktops or Desktop as a Service (DaaS).
Modern Videoconferencing Solution In April, Zoom reported a record 300 million daily meeting participants and is by far the leading provider in cloud video meetings. Similarly, Microsoft Teams has seen
Radius Cloud helps SMEs to work remotely by taking all the hardware and software applications and hosts them in the Cloud. See video for more details.