February 12, 2010 04:00 ET

Contemporary Working Patterns to Become the Norm in 2010, According to voxclever

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Feb. 12, 2010) - voxclever, a leading provider of small business IT services, suggests mobile working is set to become the norm by the end of the year in the UK as more SMEs recognise the benefits of a mobile workforce.

The growth in availability of virtual office services and advancements in technology, have meant that mobile workers are set to account for 73% of the UK's workforce by 2012.

The recent bad weather experienced in the UK has also highlighted to many SME owners how beneficial it is to have a workforce that is able to work from home or on the move when inclement weather strikes and as such, an increase in uptake of mobile working practices is expected as 2010 progresses.

Scott Goodwin, CEO of voxclever said: "The growth in mobile working in recent years has been enormous and with technological developments this trend is set to continue in 2010. What many SME owners worry about is productivity levels dropping when staff are given access to mobile working however, what many don't realise is that a workforce can actually be even more productive.

"Particularly in jobs where people are travelling extensively, the ability to work remotely means train journeys can be utilised to get work done and for those individuals that spend time working at client sites, their lives can be made much easier through the use of hosted networks."

voxclever offers a wide range of services to small to medium businesses that are looking to grow within their industry, ranging from a full service IT support programme, to virtual office solutions and VoIP for business.

For more information regarding voxclever and its outsourced IT solutions, please visit www.bevoxclever.com, or call 0118 990 0850.

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