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    • Flexible Working
      Lee Tebby
      Technology Specialist
      Business Link
      Home Sweet Home Working Presentation
      November 2010
    • Agenda
      Introduction
      Case Studies
      The “Technology” Bit
      Benefits of Flexible Working
    • CLOUD COMPUTING
      MOBILE EMAIL
      VIDEO CONFERENCING
      WORKING HOURS
      HOME WORKERS
      IT’S THE LAW!!!
      HOT DESKING
    • What do you need?
      Desk/Table/Sofa/Bed
      PC/Notebook/Mac
      Internet Connection
      Printer
      Phone/Mobile
      Email/Fax/Phone
      Office Applications
      Customer Relationship Management
      Stock Control
      Accounts
      Website Maintenance/Updates
      Print
      What can you do?
    • SOUTH WEST BUSINESS SURVEY
      Farming
      Manufacturing
      Legal
      Hospitality/Tourism
      Construction
      Business Services
      Design/Advertising
      Marketing/Web
      Employers from 47 Companies
      60% Increased Staff Retention
      70% Reduced Business Travel
      71% Improved Customer Service
      76% Saw Savings in Fuel Costs
      78% Increased Productivity
      Employees from 47 Companies
      83% Reduction in Unproductive Commuting
      84% Improved their Work/Life Balance
      89% Got More Work Done
      93% Work More Effectively
      Future Work Forum at Henley Business School SustainITCharity
    • Did You Know?
      In a survey of 11,000 UK businesses – 16% of workers had considered resigning from their current job due to the length of commuting time.
    • Scary But True!
      Price Waterhouse Cooper published an article at the beginning of 2010 stating that 50% of males and 20% of females expected to watch World Cup football matches during office hours.
    • Carbon Footprint
      Reduce CO2 emissions with remote working or video conferencing. Replacing 75-80 Watt PCs with energy efficient 20 Watt thin-client terminals reduces power consumption.
    • Can You Justify The Cost?
      The CBI survey showed that 75% of managers believe that their flexible workers are more productive. Research by The Times Newspaper showed savings of 30% on office space could be made by operating a flexible working practise.
    • Case Study
      Posterscope
      Outdoor Advertising Company
      Uses mobile tethering for remote access into a suppliers booking system.
      Benefits from a competitive advantage of booking billboards whilst working in the field, ensuring they get the best possible campaign visibility for their clients.
    • Case Study
      Road Runner Express
      Courier Company
      Uses a Blackberry device to keep informed of collections and deliveries.
      Benefits from improved customer service by being able to respond to enquiries whilst out of the office. Also gains an additional 1 hour per day by doing paperwork on the move rather than back home each night.
    • The “Technology” Bit
    • What technology?
      Wireless Networking
      Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
      Remote Access
      Mobile Working
      Voice Over IP (VoIP)
      Cloud Computing
      Email/Fax/Phone
      Office Applications
      Customer Relationship Management
      Stock Control
      Accounts
      Website Maintenance/Updates
      Print
      What can you do?
    • WIRELESS NETWORKING
      Home Networking
      Small Office Networks
      Public Areas
      Meeting Rooms
      Hotels
      Pubs/Restaurants
      Conference Venues
      Bluetooth
      Wireless
      Line of Sight
      Hotspot
      Public Area Network
      TYPES OF WIRELESS
    • WIRELESS SPEEDS
      Public Service Telephone Network
      (28Kbps – 56Kbps)
      Public Area Network
      (??? - ???)
      802.11a
      (54Kbps – 54-Kbps)
      General Packet Radio Service
      (56Kbps – 56Kbps)
      Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
      (250Kbps – 384Kbps)
      Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line
      (256Kbps – 8Mbps)
      802.11b
      (11Mbps – 11Mbps)
      ADSL2
      (8Mbps – 20Mbps)
      802.11g
      (54Mbps – 54Mbps)
      802.11n
      (104Mbps – 104Mbps)
    • WIRELESS SECURITY
      Wired Equivalent Privacy
      Introduced in 1997 with 802.11
      Serious vulnerabilities found in 2001
      Can be cracked in minutes
      Wi-Fi Protected Access
      Replaced WEP in 2003
      Replaced by WPA2 in 2004
      WPA2 mandatory since Sept 2006
      Extensible Authentication Protocol
      Certified in 2010
      Enterprise Class WPA2
    • VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORKS
      Home Workers
      Mobile Workers
      Inter-Branch Communication
      Supplier/Customer Links
      Modems
      Routers
      Data Cards
      USB Dongles
      Mobile Tethering
      Data Encryption
      Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
      ISA Server/Gateway
      Firewall
      TECHNOLOGY USED
      SECURITY
    • REMOTE ACCESS
      Home Workers
      Mobile Workers
      Remote Support Staff
      Virtual Private Network (VPN)
      Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
      Web Based Tools
      Thin Client – Citrix/Terminal Services
      Virtualisation – VMware/Microsoft
      Portals - SharePoint
      REMOTE CONNECTIVITY
      TECHNOLOGIES
    • MOBILE WORKING
      Email
      Calendar
      Contacts
      Office Documents
      Satellite Navigation
      Apple iPhone
      Android
      Windows Phone
      Blackberry
      Nokia Intellisync
      Nokia Mail for Exchange
      Digital Certificates
      Anti Virus
      Remote Device Management
      MOBILE PLATFORMS
      SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS
    • VOICE OVER IP
      It’s Free Phone Calls
      You Just Need Skype
      How Many Of You Have Played This?
      Who Here Has Heard These Statements?
      NOT EXACTLY TRUE!
    • VOICE OVER IP
      Home Workers
      Branch Offices
      Field Workers
      Tesco Internet Phone
      Skype
      Microsoft NetMeeting
      Kinect Video Chat
      ADSL
      VoiceFlex
      Quality of Service (QoS)
      Power over Ethernet (PoE)
      USING VoIP
      THE
      WORDS
      JUMBLED
      UP
      GET
      VIA
      THE
      INTERNET
      TECHNOLOGY TIPS
      THE
      WORDS
      APPEAR
      IN
      THE
      CORRECT
      ORDER
    • VOICE OVER IP
      Pros
      Plug & Play Telephone System
      Modular
      Scalable
      On Premise or Hosted Solution
      Advantages
      Site to Site Calls ARE Free
      Home Workers to Office Calls ARE Free
      SIP Trunks Enable Local STD Numbers
      Seamless Roaming Using Wi-Fi Soon/Now
      FoIP Now Possible
      Cons
      Not FREE Calls
      Free Services Are Limited
      Not A Replacement – An Enhancement
    • CLOUD COMPUTING
      Subscription Based Services
      Software Hosted via the Internet
      Initial Setup
      Monthly Subscription
      Software as a Service (SaaS)
      Messaging
      Collaboration
      Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
      Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
      Accounts Software
      Voice Over IP (VoIP)
      Backup Software
      Public Clouds & Private Clouds
      Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
      Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud
    • The Benefits
      More Productive & Efficient
      Flexibility (Work/Life Balance)
      Pay as you Go
      Cost Savings (Calls, Travel, Software)
      Your Customers Are Doing It
      SO ARE YOUR COMPETITORS!
    • Contact Me…
      Lee Tebby
      Technology Specialist
      Email: lee.tebby@axisfirst.co.uk
      DDI: 01278 726822
      Mob: 07803 658845
      Web: www.axisfirst.co.uk