"It is such a great honour to be named Manager of the Year, it was so unexpected, I was speechless when I first saw my name come on the screen! Firstly, I would like to pass on my thanks to the judges for choosing me for this year's Manager of the Year, I would also like to thank Stuart, Sonny and Rickie for nominating me, and of course my teams and colleagues.
This may be a year like no other in the IT Support Services industry, but we are delighted that once again Transputec has made the shortlist for this year's CRN Women in Channel Awards with the nomination of Service Desk and Support Manager, Anca Otet.
As remote working moves further into the mainstream, most businesses expect to spend more in 2021 on digital skills training, IT infrastructure and cloud-enabled digital collaboration tools.
A new report from Transputec shows more than half of UK businesses (56%) are planning to increase their spending on digital skills training budgets for staff next year, in response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Business of all sizes and sectors are turning to cloud services as cloud technology increasingly becomes a business differentiator rather than a business overhead. Managed services usually focus on cloud migration, infrastructure management and using the cloud to handle enterprise IT workloads; however, smart cloud solutions can offer so much more.
Transputec prides itself on its commitment to charitable causes and is a long-standing corporate partner for the HAVEN Charity.
Haven is a UK based charity that provides community services for the underprivileged people of Atla Village, in West Bengal. Their work is transforming lives, giving villagers access to vital medical and care services at their community centre as well as educational opportunities via their learning centre, which now includes a Transputec Academy.
The scale of employees currently working from home is unprecedented. Many people have never worked from home before for any length of time, and most companies have never experienced significant proportions of their workforce working remotely. Whilst many businesses plan to continue with a remote workforce for the foreseeable future, there is one part of your business that will face new and evolving challenges every day - your IT department.