As more start-ups are adopting business phone systems that operate in the cloud, understanding why they are choosing to leave behind traditional landlines can help when making the decision on what phone system is right for your business. Read More
Amid the current COVID-19 pandemic, remote working is now a necessity for those that can. It can be easy to only think about how remote working effects a business – but what about how it can effect employees?
Here is our 7 tips for remote workers infographic:
The new Remote Worker Toolkit from CloudCall can assist you in keeping up communications both internally and externally. We are offering free software & conferencing facilities and we can have you up and running in 48 Hours. Find out more here.
With governments across the globe implementing lock-downs to slow the spread of COVID-19, we’ve put together a checklist for your remote working setup. These essentials will provide everything you need to be productive and motivated while staying safe at home.
The 2020 Global Recruitment Summit is being held on 4th March in London. The one-day event will focus on the changes and challenges that are affecting the recruitment industry, with a focus on technology. Enter CloudCall, a provider of communication software that integrates deep within your CRM. Neville James, Director of UK Sales at CloudCall, will be involved in the live technology panel, discussing conversations and communication with a selection of industry experts.
The digital transformation has and continues to change the way in which we communicate with each other.
We use a wide range of channels to have our conversations, each with its pros and cons. I’m sure we’ve all interpreted a text message in a negative way when that certainly wasn’t the sender’s intention. Can we replace the phone call, where we are able to interpret inflection and intonation, with a quick IM?
It can be easy to lose track of what we’ve said to who, when and on what platform. Notifications are easily dismissed making it surprisingly simple to forget to reply to that IM from Aunt Doris (that’s still all in capitals, even after many hours of Facebook Messenger tutorials). Are we forcing other generations to communicate in ways they may not even understand, just so they can have some kind of interaction with us? Are we reaching people on the channels that they feel most comfortable conversing in?