etiCloud offers free advice & support line

3rd April 2020

Cloud hosted services specialist, etiCloud, has set up a free advice & support line to provide extra assistance to businesses and their staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Our knowledgeable staff are ready to offer detailed advice and guidance to anyone who has queries relating to remote working or the general use of cloud services in these unprecedented times,” comments Mike Hague, director of customer excellence for etiCloud.

Continues Mike: “Our aim is to listen to each individual’s specific issues and advise accordingly. We have the expertise and capacity to help people to better utilise their existing services and get the most from the operating system they have in place such as Office 365, Teams or home internet services.

“Where applicable, we can also look to advise on the potential role of additional free-to-use platforms, such as Zoom, that may improve their home working experience.”

Concludes Mike: “From performing a triage service and fixing any basic issues for free, to providing further, more extensive advice that may require the purchase of a particular service, we’re only too happy to help wherever and however we can.”

You can call the etiCloud advice & support line team on 0333 358 2222 or 0114 361 9797

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