Business Recovery Series
The events of 2020 have no doubt been turbulent for SME’s with the effects being felt right across the country, and in every industry. Local businesses have shown incredible resilience in adapting their businesses to continue to operate, whether it be from a different location, within a different context, or under different restrictions. Robust technology systems and an acceleration of digital transformation are emerging as the necessary strategies to support small and mid-sized businesses as the unimaginable becomes the new normal.
Throughout the last several months, Cisco Australia and New Zealand, business nbn™ and Mark Bouris have put together a three-part webinar series that is freely available on Demand now.
Mark Bouris joins Luke Power, Director, Partner Organisation & Small Business, Cisco Australia and New Zealand and Brendan Donohoe, Executive General Manager, Small Business, NBN Co. across the three episode series to uncover smart, digital strategies to support small and mid-sized businesses as they embark on their digital journey ahead.
For the highlights and to access each episode for free, just click through below.
As businesses begin to re-emerge from lockdowns and restrictions, what will the new working world look like? With 80% of workers saying they would turn down a job that didn’t offer flexible working, it seems likely that blended remote and office-located environments are here to stay. What does this mean for small businesses and how can you prepare your workforce for flexible and remote working securely?
There is no denying that small and mid-sized businesses are changing. Restaurants, venues, and office spaces that once embraced heavy foot traffic, now need to consider how people move around their premises. The implications of social distancing mean that as a business owner, you need to know where people are, what they’re doing, and how close they are to each other. How can you know if people on your premises are safe and what can you do about it?
Running a business is always challenging, and the ability to adapt to change is more important than ever. Embracing these challenges while maintaining protections against cyberattacks and while minimising downtime for your business operations can be supported with intelligent connectivity and cloud-based technologies. Learn how you can build an IT environment to help keep the lights on and help keep your people safe, no matter what comes your way.