£100 Million Cloud IT Services Contract

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There has been a steady move towards mobile working to increase efficiency, flexibility and access, whilst reducing costs. Cloud computing changes are making it easier than ever and Infiniti Cloud Solutions are at the forefront.

The recent announcement of a £100 cloud computing tender process by Norfolk County Council is a major indication of the public sector embracing the new technology. They have adopted cloud based Google apps in their education system that has 148,000 registered users.

Virtual Working is the Future - Government Forecast Says

Since the great technological advances started in the 1960s, the idea of being able to use computers and work from home has almost been like the holy grail. Every futureologist has to include it in their vision of our life to be.

Despite all the predictions it still hasn't arrived yet. But a recent report from the United Kingdom Commission for Employment and Skills suggests this will be commonplace by 2030.

Virtual Working For Lawyers

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The financial problems of the last few years hit virtually all sectors of the economy including the service sector. It also created an opportunity for many to look into and instigate a virtual office environment. Lawyers were one of the first who started to seriously into what they termed a dispersed law firm. The Law Gazette describes the process and structure needed for a virtual firm.

Superfast Broadband down your Phone Line

For years the limitation on broadband speeds has been the copper phone line going into your home. There was no way of obtaining superfast speeds without using fibre-optic cables. This is expensive but is being rolled out gradually across the country. But rural areas are missing out. It's too expensive to lay the fibre-optic cable so they struggle with slow dial up.

Manufacturers Can Save Money by Going Virtual

A superficial glance at the benefits of virtual working may lead you to conclude it is only useful for the services sector. Well you would be wrong.

It is possible for companies in the manufacturing industry to save money going to a virtual office system. A recent story in the Guardian newspaper featured a Nozzle manufacturer saving around £50,000 by going virtual.

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