THIS LONDON LAW FIRM WENT TOTALLY MOBILE

THIS LONDON LAW FIRM WENT TOTALLY MOBILE

THIS LONDON LAW FIRM WENT TOTALLY MOBILE

THIS LONDON LAW FIRM WENT TOTALLY MOBILE

The international consulting firm, which offers law and tax advice, relocated their London office to Cannon Place over the summer. The new office coincided with a new, client-centric initiative – the company got rid of the traditional receptionist desk in favor of a “meet and greet” concierge approach, creating a space for more conversation between the company and the client.

With the new office came the addition of new technology. Employees have been issued a state-of-the-art laptop, wireless headset and 24” screen, enabling them to stay mobile and take advantage of the different types of workspaces throughout the office.

THIS LONDON LAW FIRM WENT TOTALLY MOBILE

Is there a mobile work or work-from-home policy or are most of the employees there all day every day?

The new technology used at Cannon Place allows for total mobility, enabling staff to work at their desks, move into a meeting room, or around the building, or work remotely.

CMS uses Microsoft technologies and designs to create a system of working that has never been seen before in the legal profession. Microsoft Lync is the centerpiece for unified communication in Cannon Place and provides voice and video calls, web meetings and instant messaging, facilitating communication internally and externally.

All fee-earners have been issued with the latest Surface Pro 3, a 24” screen and a wireless headset. Surface Pro 3s are one of the most advanced laptops available, and can function as a touch screen and an app-based tablet device.

Lync is a telephone system and all calls outside CMS go across phone lines. Internal calls across CMS’ offices go through their WAN network.

It allows staff to screen-share with colleagues and hold video conferences from their desks. Staff can also annotate documents directly onto their Surface Pro and send this to the Document Centre (DOCE) or to a secretary for processing.

Windows phones have replaced BlackBerry devices and are fully integrated with Lync as both are Microsoft products. The combination of Windows phones and Lync means staff are fully mobile, and able to take and join calls at their desks, in a break-out room, at home or wherever they happen to be. Copied from work design magazine.

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