Just posting again as I don't know if I did it the right way at the first time.
Kia Ora Neighbours,
I would like to offer a FREE help/assessment/consultation/chat for those who can’t figure out how to implement an “work from home” situation/enviroument.
If you are an IT person you probably know what to do and how to do or if the company you work for already have a solution you are ok.
But if you are not a "tech person" and you have no clue what to do and/or how to even start, then ask for help, it will be a pleasure.
There are many options/solutions available for a home office and one of them would suit your needs.
As an ICT consultant I’m more than happy to help you to find one. On a quick chat we can cover the following optios if not all of them:
- Local Network (cable)
- Wireless Enviroument and Coverage
- Internet (itself)
- Telephony (land line or VoIP)
- Cloud, why and when?
- Hardwares ( Printers, Routers, Switches)
- Etc etc etc
Feel free to pm me, Get in touch, let’s get through it together.
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