Embracing flexible working and working remotely from home

January 24, 2021
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I read with interest this blog from Microsoft. https://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2020/10/09/embracing-a-flexible-workplace/ It is really interesting that the issues are very personal and this is because there are lots of technology solutions available. This means that we need to be more people-focused than ever.  When I consult with people on their IT I will often say to them “in an ideal…

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Why Train strikes promote a move to telecommuting

January 10, 2017
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UK Train strikes should promote a move to even more telecommuting and encourage people to work remotely from home. As the latest strike by Southern train drivers is under way. These are part of six day-long stoppages planned in January 2017. Businesses are looking again at remote working or telecommuting and allowing people to work from…

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Positive Computing offers free support for Office 365

July 21, 2015

Almost daily we are contacted by businesses looking to migrate to Office 365 as savvy businesses recognise the potential of the cloud based software who in turn are astonished that we offer free support for Office 365 – from install to everyday questions and technical can-do. Our reputation, not least demonstrated in case studies on…

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Another smooth migration to Office 365 notched up

June 4, 2015
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You can use Positive Computing rather like an insurance company, keeping us in the background until something goes wrong, or you can use us more like an insurance broker and get advice and support to minimise the risk… which is just what Macbeths Chartered Insurance brokers and Independent Financial Advisors did! Macbeths’ journey with Positive Computing began…

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Why Executive Communication Centres refer us!

May 4, 2015
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At Positive Computing we are always delighted when a satisfied client refers us other businesses and for Executive Communication Centres, who offer high end office provision across the UK, that has led to a tremendous amount of business being sent our way. In one of our growing number of powerful case studies created by Berkshire public relations…

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Case Study – Executive Communication Centres (ECC)

July 10, 2014
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Executive Communication Centres (ECC), operate high end serviced offices across the UK, including locations in Cardiff, Milton Keynes and Birmingham. They use Positive Computing for a range of services, including the recent migration to Office 365. Here ECC Managing Director Tony Waldron explains why they chose Positive Computing. Ten years ago, Positive were an ECC client, operating…

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Case Study – global3digital

May 10, 2014

Positive Computing the supplier of choice for UK plc web design agency global3digital_logoglobal³digital is a market leader, serving UK plc and providing websites, content and hosting for an array of well-known names including Close Brothers, Royal & Sun Alliance, Xchanging, Majestic Wine, New Look and Domino’s Pizza. Naturally such high profile clients demand a high…

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Case Study – House of Colour

March 11, 2014

Image consultants House of Colour might be the experts when it comes to personal styling, however when it comes to finding the right IT support for the UK headquarters of this global brand they asked Positive Computing to strut its stuff. IT and Projects Director Jackie Perkins takes up the story: “We first heard about Positive Computing…

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Case Study – Natural Balance Foods

January 28, 2014

Those Nãkd bars you love come from Natural Balance Foods and the computer systems behind the popular brand are managed by Positive Computing and in this case study, Greg Combs who co-founded the booming business with his brother Jamie talks about working with leading IT services provider Positive Computing. We first heard about Positive Computing when we…

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Julian Lewis
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Julian Lewis is responsible for Sales at Positive Computing and has over 30 years of experience in designing and support cost-effective solutions for small businesses.