Work from Home

Connection required. Pyjama pants optional.

We’re in a brave new age of remote work, where your workspace could be practically anywhere: the corner of a living room, a kitchen table, a bathtub, perhaps even a room with its own door and window (the dream). And your workspace could be in the city, suburbs, up a mountain, or by a lake.

No matter what your office space looks like and no matter where you’re working from, Morewave will keep your team securely connected and your productivity humming. We’ve got a wide variety of solutions for your remote workforce, including:

  • Unified Communications featuring video conferencing, screen sharing, and private instant messaging
  • SoftPhones available for Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android
  • Private Wide Area Networks and SD-WANs to securely connect the home to the office
  • Hosted and Managed VPNs
  • and more!

With so many options to choose from, why not book a consultation with us to find out how we can make you feel comfortably “at office”, at home.

Internet

We’ll hook you up with the business internet service of your dreams.

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Internet

We’ll hook you up with the business internet service of your dreams.

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Private Wide Area Networks

Avoid public networks with your very own Private Wide Area Network.

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Private Wide Area Networks

Avoid public networks with your very own Private Wide Area Network.

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Hosted VPN

Safe, secure connection to your office network from just about anywhere.

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Hosted VPN

Safe, secure connection to your office network from just about anywhere.

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Unified Communications

Use one platform to communicate from any app and any device with ease.

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Unified Communications

Use one platform to communicate from any app and any device with ease.

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Microsoft Teams Direct Routing

Add external calling capability to any device running Microsoft Teams.

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Microsoft Teams Direct Routing

Add external calling capability to any device running Microsoft Teams.

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“I guess we’re about to find out which meetings could’ve been emails after all…”

-Sara Wallace Goodman (@ThatSaraGoodman)