Odyssey Systems Invests In Rapid Covid Tests28th January 2021
Odyssey Systems is supplying staff with rapid Covid tests as part of its commitment to keeping both its employees and clients safe.
Andrew Middlemiss, finance director of the Stockton-based communications firm, said the lateral flow tests offer peace of mind … Read the rest
£1m cybersecurity investment unveiled by Odyssey Systems5th January 2021
Odyssey Systems has completed a £1m investment in new technology to help businesses protect data from cyberattacks.
With more than 90 percent of all business security breaches involving compromised emails, the Tees Valley-based company has developed new hardware and software … Read the rest
Odyssey Systems predicts remote working is here to stay as poll reveals only seven per cent of staff want full-time office return9th November 2020
Odyssey Systems says the second lockdown in England adds further weight to a trend towards the permanent adoption of remote working practices.
Mike Odysseas, founder, and managing director of the Stockton-based telecommunications firm said many businesses and organisations want to … Read the rest
Harrogate, York, and Darlington among the best places to work from home21st October 2020 Known for its charming parks and shops, the Victorian spa town also boasts a more modern attraction in the form of superfast 60Mbps broadband, making it ideal for remote working.
Odyssey Systems warn of North East ‘vishing’ scam19th August 2020 Odyssey Systems has issued a warning over a ‘vishing’ scam sweeping the North East designed to harvest Office 365 log in details.
Odyssey Systems provides clients with free telephone conferencing service during lockdown period7th August 2020 Odyssey Systems is offering clients a free telephone conferencing service as part of its ongoing package of support during the coronavirus crisis.
North East business will benefit from shift to remote working27th July 2020
The founder of telecommunications firm Odyssey Systems says the widespread adoption of home working by North East business due to the coronavirus lockdown will have beneficial and far-reaching consequences.
Mike Odysseas predicts that, with the communications technology proving itself both … Read the rest
Poor quality internet is biggest bugbear of lockdown home workers, Odyssey Systems survey reveals22nd July 2020 Unreliable internet connectivity has proved to be the number one IT headache for those working from home during the lockdown period, according to a poll by Odyssey Systems.
Remote working can keep North East operational during Coronavirus threat, says Odyssey Systems9th March 2020
The Stockton-based telecommunications company says businesses can easily switch from the outdated ISDN system in favour of SIP, which ensures continuity of productivity wherever their employees are via hosted telephony.
This replaces traditional landlines which keep staff anchored to their … Read the rest
Reporting must be unbiased and factual, says Women in Business forum25th February 2020
The latest Women in Business event has been hosted by Odyssey Systems – with the role and ethics of the BBC firmly in the picture.
The discussion group, which meets on a regular basis at our Stockton headquarters, also raised … Read the rest
Odyssey Systems investment triples EV charge capacity9th January 2020
Odyssey Systems has invested in a cost-effective electric vehicle charging station that has increased its charging capacity fourfold.
The Stockton-based telecommunications company is now able to keep its four electric cars on the road much longer, thanks to the rapid … Read the rest
Tees Valley mayor hails business cooperation as blueprint to create future jobs21st November 2019
The Tees Valley Mayor has hailed the collaboration between three growing businesses as a blueprint for future success.
Ben Houchen toured the offices of Odyssey Systems, Lemon Business Solutions and Vintage at Preston Farm Business Park, Stockton, where he met … Read the rest
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