Over the last year and a half, there has been a huge amount of change for everyone.
If we look at that change purely through a business-focused lens, then there’s been such a seismic shift there has probably been more to get used to within the timeframe of 18 months, than the 10 years pre-pandemic.
While some of those changes have been unfortunate, and many businesses have had to close their doors for the last time, for others there has been a boom and this, accompanied by the flexibility of home working for many has meant that office moves, or changes in office situation are very much on the rise.
This could be for many reasons, whether choosing to downsize as the flexibility of remote working is here to stay for you and your team, or needing a larger space to operate from to accommodate unexpected growth.
Whatever your situation, moving offices requires a huge amount of work, and if you miss something important it could lead to downtime, and frustrated customers who are unable to reach you for a prolonged period of time due to the new phone lines not being set up properly yet.
Whatever your situation, keeping your IT provider up to date with any potential changes is a great idea. Any kind of upheaval like a move, is a great time to evaluate the technology you’re using and ensuring you’re working with the best software and systems for your business.