It’s been a tough year for businesses across the UK, and today’s Spring Budget has been eagerly anticipated by business owners keen to see how far government support will go to help the economy recover from the pandemic.
Category: <span>Small business</span>
The government has announced a plan to get the UK out of lockdown by late June this year. Heralded as the ‘roadmap out of lockdown’, the four-step plan is set to begin on March 8 and will see restrictions gradually relaxed until a full return to ‘normal’ on June 21.
If you work from home, you’ll appreciate the need for a fast and reliable broadband connection – especially as the days of enjoying buffer-free internet access via the business broadband connection at your office seem like a lifetime ago.
But even if your broadband is up to speed, are you overpaying for it? A new study from Compare Fibre, the broadband comparison site, suggests millions of households could be overpaying by as much as £30 a month. Is your household one of them?
If lockdown restrictions mean you have employees working from home, you could be putting the safety of your business at risk. Cyber security experts are warning of the dangers caused by employees working remotely – is your work-from-home workforce putting your business security at risk?
If you’re thinking of starting up a new business, you’ll quickly realise how difficult a balancing act it is to stick to a budget while making sure you have all the tools to ensure you can properly do your job.
The dizzying amount of business tech available means you could quite easily blow all your money on any number of hands-free add-ons and pentium-powered peripheries.
So, if you’re just starting out, or you’re looking to upgrade your systems, here are our seven top business tech tips…