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How Running A Business Remotely Is Possible

How Running A Business Remotely Is Possible

There is now more mobile device on this planet than there are people. It’s having an effect on both personal as well as professional lives right across the globe. 

The working world is changing, and people like Millenials are forcing us to reevaluate the way we work, our businesses, and our careers. We’re no longer willing to accept a life that involves us sitting in an office all day wishing to be outside. We now expect work to be flexible, mobile and enable us to work anywhere, anytime. 

Mobile working can have some surprising benefits for your business. Some of these include: 

  • Higher Productivity
  • Homeworkers rank their productivity higher than office workers.
  • They have fewer sick days, around half the amount in comparison to those in an office. 
  • Better employee retention. 
  • Employees are happier. 
  • It gives them more flexibility and thus, a better work-life balance. 
  • There is a wider talent pool. 

The case for mobile working is strong, but when it comes down to running a business you need to understand the practicalities of being remote. Yes, it is possible to make a mobile working reality, but not without a plan. 

Here are five tips for running your business remotely:

Use Hardware That Is Compatible For Mobile Use 

This may seem obvious, however, if you want to run your business remotely you’re not going to be able to do it with just a desktop computer. You need to commit to investing in items like tablets, phones, laptops and other mobile devices. These help to improve the mobility of your business while arming both you and your employees with the right tools for success. 

Embrace The Cloud

Around 88% of UK business that now uses the cloud. The cloud is the cornerstone of building a mobile business. Only a minority of businesses aren’t taking advantage of this powerful technology. Using the cloud you can: 

  • Access email from any device, anywhere. 
  • Access important documents from any device using Dropbox or OneDrive for business. 
  • Collaborate with Office 365

Outsource Your IT support

When you start to run your business remotely, it doesn’t really make much sense to have an onsite IT department. This is because you need to be able to access support no matter the location, operation system, or time zone. 

Outsourcing your IT services will help to cut costs, and it will also mean you don’t have to spend time on training or equipping an IT team that can work remotely.  Instead, you have immediate access to support whenever, and wherever you need it. Some providers even provide office-based support in the local areas. 

Provide Cybersecurity Training

This is one of the biggest threats when working remotely. If your team isn’t trained to be able to stay safe when online then you could be in trouble. Cybersecurity awareness is vital within any business so, make sure you provide training. A few of the things they need to be aware of include: 

  • The risks of using public wifi 
  • Phishing Scams
  • Remote access protocols.

The dream of having a successful business and seeing the world is very much alive with the help of mobile working. Technology and working patterns are highly adaptable and int turn it creates a productive and modern, mobile business that can be easily managed. 



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Cyber Geek Girl

Lisa Ventura (AKA ‘Cyber Geek Girl’) is a Content Marketer, PR, Digital and Cyber Security professional, and is an active blogger and influencer. She loves technology, gadgets, sci-fi, heavy metal music and is fascinated by hacking/cyber security and nuclear war. ‘Cyber Geek Girl’ is Lisa's window to her world and contains articles, reviews, advice, interviews, hints and tips on a variety of different topics and subjects that she is passionate about. Lisa loves dogs and is the proud owner of a GSD/Husky cross dog called Poppy, who is her world. She can be contacted via

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