The first in a series about the remote working habits of British accountants. Rob Lewis speaks to contractor Toni Brocklebank about trying to stay technologically up-to-date on the Isle of Man.
Toni Brocklebank moved to the Isle of Man to work for an off-shore banking practice before becoming a contract accountant. Still based on the island, she now works for two sole practitioners and has a few clients of her own.
I work from offices, peoples houses, my own house, farms; theres a lot of travelling around, although in a very small radius. The island is only about 30 by 11 miles after all, but I am at a lot of different locations.
Until leaving the practice two and a half years ago, Brocklebank had always worked in a large office environment. Remote working had never been an issue, a...