IT travel tips - preparing your PC for the pool
Staying connected on holiday means making sure your IT is travel-ready
By TTM on 29 July 2009 in News
With more than half of British workers expected to stay in touch with the office on holiday this year tech experts are advising people to create a ‘holiday IT checklist’ before they go, so they pack the IT essentials along with sun cream, and ensure technology is travel-ready.
British IT services firm, Conosco, which advises small businesses on their computing requirements, believes that Britain’s army of laptop carriers and Blackberry fanatics are often ill-prepared for their travels, despite their increasing reliance on technology.
“Switching off on holiday – both mentally and technically – should be easy,” explains founder of Conosco, Ben Gladstone. “But it’s becoming harder and harder for employees to leave the office behind, whether it’s fears over job security, wanting to stay in touch with customers and colleagues or simply being indispensible!
To help those packing their bags and jetting off – as well as the expected 12m Brits holidaying at home – Conosco has published its five summer holiday IT travel tips:
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