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In order to limit the spread of coronavirus, our nation has to work together, practicing something called “social distancing”. Canceling large gatherings, and limiting your staff’s exposure at the office will be more and more important as time goes on.
However, while this practice may be effective for slowing the spread of coronavirus, it will undoubtedly be detrimental to businesses across the country. A majority of these organizations are not configured to support staff members as they work from home.
With little to no time to get prepared, many businesses are scrambling to set up the right technologies and keep their staff working. Have you figured out your coronavirus continuity plan?
The easiest way is to deploy remote access and hosting solutions.
Remote access is a method for delivering software applications, databases, and files to users from remote servers that are housed off-site in data centers. This is opposed to the traditional, pre-cloud model in which all software was hosted directly on the user’s PC or laptop, or in nearby hardware.
When needed, the user can access the application and their data by securely logging in to the remote server via the cloud, usually through an Internet browser. Once logged in, the user can make use of the software, access and modify data, and more, all without having to actually be at the data center, or install the software on their own device.
By deploying one of these solutions, you can allow your staff to securely access work data, keep in touch with each, hold meetings, and more, such as Microsoft SharePoint, OneDrive & Teams, as well as VPN software to keep connections secure.
The more optimized your remote work technologies and processes, the fewer obstacles and interruptions there will be to your staff’s productivity. Make sure to prioritize:
Both you and your staff need the right tools in order to stay productive. If they’re fighting against unintuitive software, a bad connection, or anything else tech-related, they won’t be able to get much done from home. It won’t be long before your business’ productivity grinds to a halt.
There are a number of consumer and business-class solutions available to you, depending on the size of your organization:
We know that you’d like to keep your business operating no matter what crisis the nation faces. With the right remote work capabilities, you can keep your staff productive and healthy. If you need help, get in touch with the Network Outsource team.