Connect And Collaborate From Anywhere
Create the Ideal Office Experience From Anywhere
The future workforce is Hybrid. Whilst the office remains the dominant workplace, many employees now work remotely, from home or in the café around the corner. To keep up the productivity they need to be able to seamlessly connect and interact from anywhere.
Arena helps you transform your workforce by enabling them to collaborate and access business applications from anywhere, while keeping your organisation secure. We can provide you with the tools your business needs to adapt to the new ways of working creating an integrated and agile architecture.
The Toolset for the Modern Workplace, Provided by a Local Partner
Transform your workforce with the right technology enhancing business productivity and collaboration. Tools include:
As one of Microsoft’s leading Cloud Service Providers we have in-house Microsoft 365 and Azure solution architects who can help you leverage the suite of applications and security tools to support your cloud journey.
Device as a Service
DaaS simplifies your IT management, delivering flexibility and productivity to your staff for a single, predictable monthly payment. Plus, our warranty management and accidental damage and theft cover takes the pressure off your IT team, allowing them to focus on other operational activities.
Voice and Collaboration
Our collaboration practice provides an integrated communications strategy and architecture that enables secure voice, video and data connectivity across a unified and intelligent network. We enable your employees and clients to collaborate intuitively anywhere, on any device from the browser to the boardroom.
How Digitisation and Hybrid Working are Impacting Printing Requirements
The shift to remote and now hybrid working coupled with the acceleration in digital transformation has had a lasting impact on working environments, in particular the printing requirements of businesses.
To own, or not to own?
It might feel like pay-per-use IT has come of age during the last 18 months, with even the most die-hard “we need to own our IT outright” companies forced to adopt subscription-based services to maintain productivity during the pandemic.