New ‘Work IN’ service for SMEs

News Posted 30/07/20
A surrey company has launched a new IT and connectivity service built for SMEs with home-based, remote or distributed workforces.

IntraLAN, the technology as a service SME specialist, has launched Work IN, a new IT and connectivity service built for SMEs with home-based, remote or distributed workforces. Affordable, quick to deploy and easy to manage, Work IN’s flexibility ensures:

  • The user receives the same robust IT service as they would in the corporate office
  • The IT team can provide people with a safe, secure working environment
  • The employer knows that IT and data protection policies are being adhered to
  • The business’s own customers are enjoying the same great experience they know and love

Andy Horn, CEO of IntraLAN, said: “Online retail has grown exponentially, video consultations with doctors, dentists and vets are commonplace, and every interaction we have with a business is either online or comes from a digitally dependent team. Online services are now crucial to the economy and the people who run them are key workers, however just because someone is outside of the office doesn’t mean they should endure the pain caused by network contention and domestic grade connectivity equipment that’s clearly unsuitable for business use, or find themselves putting corporate data at risk.”

Work IN contains everything a business and employee needs to work safely and securely. Available in three tiers and starting from £40 per month, every package includes a business grade managed firewall and Wi-Fi router with easy plug-and-play portability, power-over-ethernet, remote monitoring and support, next working day replacements, and full user on-boarding.

Businesses can easily add a corporate strength VPN for a nominal extra cost and other options include adding a managed broadband connection into the home for dedicated business use, 4G failover for additional redundancy, and full VPN portability so employees can login using their IntraLAN router at any location.

Andy Horn continued: “These past few months have redefined the workplace. SMEs have done a fantastic job navigating such considerable change and now is the time to implement a productive, secure working environment that caters to everyone’s individual working preferences and locations. IT and communication are the lifeblood of any successful business and those businesses that focus on delivering a seamless distributed working experience now will flourish in the months ahead.”

Work IN joins the company’s service portfolio which includes IT support and business continuity services, fixed line and mobile connectivity solutions, and cyber security.

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