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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?

Small business Technology Work from home

Small business Technology Work from home

The pandemic has changed the way many businesses operate, and more of us than ever now work from home. Although remote working has it’s benefits – no commute, more flexible hours – it also has one massive downside for thousands of of people. Working from home can get lonely.

Work from home

If you’ve business associates out in Australia, business trips aren’t currently an option as as Covid-19 restrictions mean we can’t travel out of the UK.

But keeping in touch could be tricky, even before the pandemic – flying out for a one-hour meeting has never been an option and video conferencing can rely on both parties having the right equipment and a decent internet connection.

There is, however, a simple and inexpensive way to connect with the land down under that requires nothing more than an ordinary telephone – so here’s how to quickly and easily set up a conference call between UK and Australia.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

Life in the finance department can be frustrating at the best of times – sending invoices, chasing customer payments, keeping on top of the payroll and, of course, wading through the reams of receipts.

The advent of e-receipts has made life a lot easier though, and not just for the finance department, they can open the door to a whole new level of personalised customer marketing and engagement.