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Remote networking could prevent problems in the event of a tanker driver's strike

Remote networking could prevent problems in the event of a tanker driver's strike

Press Releases   •   Apr 02, 2012 11:50 BST

Businesses across the country need to look at remote networking to prevent massive issues for the economy if staff are unable to get to work due to closed petrol stations, the chairman of the Shropshire branch of the Chartered Institute of IT warned today.