For small businesses broadband is an essential requirement and yet for many people it’s hard to get the level of service they want from their supplier.
Why is this and what steps can you take to get the quality of broadband you need to run your business successfully?
We asked telecoms expert, Dave Millett to explain what alternative options you have if your business can’t get the broadband service you want from one of the main suppliers.
Everyone wants to get the best deal on their telecoms – but buying just on price, is unlikely to give you a great return.
Not all telecoms solutions are the same; so, it’s important to ask the right questions to ensure you are comparing like for like.
To help you get the best deal on your business telecoms, we asked, telecoms specialist Dave Millett to reveal the key questions you need to ask when looking to get broadband, lines, mobiles and VOIP solutions for your business.
Technological developments are driving changes in all aspects of business. And business telecoms is no different.
Startup and small businesses can reap the benefits the advances in technology are bringing, but they need to ask the right questions when it comes to the cloud, contracts, coverage and customers.
So what are the key factors and trends small business owners need to think about when it comes to business telecoms in 2018? (more…)
Christmas is fast approaching and if you started a business in 2017 this may be the first Christmas period you have experienced as a business owner.
It’s therefore important to starting think early about your telecoms and your customers over the festive season. If you don’t plan now, you may find that rather than having a relaxing festive break, you’ll be in a pickle.
We’ve asked telecoms expert, Dave Millett to explain what you need to think about to ensure your business runs smoothly over the festive season. (more…)
Over 600,000 business were started in the UK in 2016, and that number is expected to be exceeded in 2017.
There are many challenges for every one of these business start-ups, but some new businesses make it harder for themselves by making basic mistakes with their telecoms.
As soon as there is more than one person in your business, you need to think about how you manage your phones.
If your business doesn’t get a lot of calls, or the majority of your staff don’t make and take calls, then you’ll be fine with one line and one phone.
But if the phone is an essential tool in your business, you will need a network that can grow as the business does. And it will save a lot of grief if you plan ahead while there are just a few people in the business.
Fortunately there are lots of options for business phone networks these days, and many ways to keep the costs down, as this latest Bytestart guide shows.