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How to help your staff get the most from their home connectivity
The recent advances in the COVID-19 outbreak means many businesses are now taking steps to enable their staff to work from home. But when employees work outside the office environment, they may encounter challenges that can affect their access to office systems and data storage.
TalkTalk Business advocates flexible working practices, and as an established connectivity provider, our team has gained plenty of experience in supporting our employees to work remotely. Below you’ll find some suggestions and advice that we think could help smooth the transition to remote working for your teams and help maintain their home connectivity.
Check connections and router location
On and off
Reduce video streaming
Try a wired connection
Use your master socket
Reduce signal interference
Change your wireless channel
Don’t forget to disinfect devices
More advice about remote working for businesses
For further information and tips that could help your staff with remote working, click here.
Need more help?
If these tips don’t solve the issue, your staff should speak to their Internet Service Provider for further support. If that happens to be TalkTalk Business, please do not hesitate to contact your Account Manager or our Customer Services team.