It’s no surprise that in our fast paced and go-go-go world that we are all connected in some way almost every hour of the day. The advent of the internet and the increased use of it over the last decade or two has helped us to create, maintain and promote these connections throughout the world, regardless of whether they are for personal or business purposes, and with broadband, mobile and telephone providers such as Talk Talk helping customers stay connected, it’s never been easier.
Of course broadband these days is the most common way for many people to stay in touch, but did you know that while 90% of people surveyed said they rely on broadband for keeping in contact with friends and family only 67% of employees say they rely on broadband for their job or to contact suppliers or colleagues. This is a pretty large difference, but what about when you’re out of the office and you need to drop someone that ever so important email? You might start panicking if you suddenly remember at 7pm on a Friday night that you needed to send someone an email but don’t have access to your work inbox. That’s where using a business mobile can come in incredibly handy.
Using a business mobile phone that has access to your work inbox is a given in many professions, and you can really utilise this handy device to help cover yourself in the case of sudden sickness to drop your boss a heads up email or to send that ever so important email that slipped your mind. Business mobiles are great ways for people to keep in contact while on the go as most people seem to be these days – in and out of meetings, running off for lunch or having to duck out early to pick your children up – a business mobile is the way to go. Add to this the added benefit of being able to take your phone anywhere and therefore being contactable anytime and you have a winning recipe for great business service.
While landlines are still popular for certain people, they have been decreasing in their use in the home – but not in the office! In the office many workers will still have access to and utilise their desk landline more than any other type of device to call people concerning things like supplies, ordering things needed for the office, contacting someone about covering a shift and more. In the office the common theme is to pick up the phone and call someone to make it easier to figure out logistics of issues and the like and since time is money, phones are king.
There you have a couple of great ways Talk Talk and other mobile, broadband and phone providers make working in the office a bit easier and more connected than ever before. With the combined use of broadband, mobile and landline phone it’s easy to ensure you are staying in contact with your bosses, colleagues, customers and suppliers so that everyone is ensured to have the perfect experience all around.