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Supporting local businesses with free remote-control tools
With Covid-19 bringing new restrictions and changes to our lives every day, the only thing to do is to follow advice and be considerate in our interactions with others to prevent the spread of the virus as much as possible – and help to save lives.
Technology is set to play an important role during our social distancing obligations, whether that’s using websites and social media to stay informed or working from home.
Tools like NetSupport Manager can really help in this situation. Working over LAN, WAN or the internet, IT teams can use it to support staff working remotely, while staff can use it to access work on their work PCs securely.
We want to help local businesses stay operational and be able to remotely support staff working from home. So we’re going to be offering the use of NetSupport Manager for free for the next few months to ensure that productivity is maintained as far as possible, without time being lost to IT issues.
To find out more visit https://www.netsupportsoftware.com/NSM-offer/?UTM_SOURCE=localorganisations
First of Greater Anglia’s brand-new electric commuter trains goes on test run
Greater Anglia has now started testing the first of its brand-new electric commuter trains which…
Full export documentation service but events postponed
As a key business representative body, the welfare and safety of our members, team, stakeholders,…
BCC economic forecast: Coronavirus could further weaken UK economy
UK economic growth is expected to slow sharply in 2020 amid disruption caused by the…
East Anglia’s leading independent cleaning company celebrates 45th anniversary
2020 marks a major milestone for Monthind Clean as East of England’s leading independent cleaning company is celebrating its 45th anniversary. Monthind will also be marking its anniversary by making the significant move from a limited liability partnership (LLP) to a Limited Company (Ltd).
Budget comes with a sting in the tail, says George Hay Chartered Accountants
In his first Budget as Chancellor, Rishi Sunak attempted to suppress fears over coronavirus by offering refunds to employers for statutory sick pay (SSP), but George Hay Chartered Accountants says that, despite a few timely measures that appear to support small businesses on the surface, a cut to Entrepreneurs’ Relief will not be welcomed.
MG Cup returns with local business looking to make it a ‘hat-trick’
Peterborough is renowned for its thriving business scene, representing various industries. On a daily basis…
Make your Sport Relief donation go further with Gift Aid
The government urges eligible taxpayers to tick the Gift Aid box and boost the contributions…
Get the inside track on match day preparations
Have you ever turned up on match-day and questioned what preparations have gone in beforehand…
Cofinitive shortlisted in 30th anniversary Business Weekly Awards
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the upcoming Business Weekly Awards.