Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Group shedworking

In a bid to maximise the use of its Hexham headquarters, Northumberland National Park has created a range of work spaces in four bespoke 'pods' in its grounds. With the help of a secure computing network installed throughout the site, embryo companies and sole traders can enjoy high levels of wireless connectivity.

“Good connectivity is one of the most important things for our business to run smoothly and efficiently” said Rebecca Hodkinson, Administrator at Bloodaxe Books which has already moved in.

Steve Willis at Northumberland National Park added: “Historically, a lot of rural businesses have really struggled to compete in the marketplace as they simply don’t have the internet and wireless connectivity those in more urban areas have. This system is an absolute godsend to them and has enabled us to put the site to really worthwhile and profitable use.”

Pictured are Steve Willis of Northumberland National Park and James Madgwick Sales Executive at Pivotal Networks which installed the system. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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