There are two ways to run a more profitable business. You can increase revenue, or you can decrease costs. With energy being a significant component of most businesses overheads, why not find ways of using less? We believe this is easier than you think and would like to explain why.

High-speed internet, Smartphones, WI-Fi, IP-connected devices such as printers along with networks and flash storage has changed the business landscape significantly in the last 10 years. This evolution continues to alter the way we work and do business but in doing so we collect, process, store and access vast amounts of data, whether in the office or via a third party provider.

We often read about the “environment” or see it mentioned in other media - it is usually referenced in terms of “global warming” or the more recent term “climate change”! The importance of protecting the natural environment in terms of habitats for wildlife is also often mentioned, but what does the environment mean at an economic level to small and medium sized businesses, particularly those employing say less than 50 employees, and why bother about it?

Now we’re into 2015, it's time to think about how to make sure you're fully prepared for the rest of the year ahead. One of the areas where many businesses are failing is in maximising their energy efficiency, a simple task when you know what to look out for yet one that often gets overlooked.

As the UK economy recovers from the turmoil of the global credit crisis, many manufacturing organisations which survived the recession are now looking to drive forward and switch their focus from survival to growth.


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