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How Businesses Can Help Employees Securely Work From Home

With the likely increase in remote work, companies will have to prepare in various ways to avoid cybersecurity risks or interruptions to business.

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread uncertainty regarding routine business operations, employee safety stands as a top concern for employers ... as does IT security.

Topics: Managed Network Services Network Management IT Consulting Business Continuity Network Security Cybersecurity Coronavirus Remote Workforce Planning Managed Services Provider

Work Remotely The Right Way: A Seven-Point Checklist

In your shift from the cubicle to the couch, consider these tips to help make the best use of both technology and your time.

From suit to sweatpants? Fantastic.

But there’s more to remote work than leveraging the comforts of your home.

While working remotely, an increasingly escalating trend amid COVID-19, does have its aesthetic appeal, a certain due diligence is necessary for employees to maintain their level of professionalism while maximizing their at-home productivity.

Topics: Unified Communications Coronavirus Remote Workforce Planning Cloud Technology Remote Work

10 Relevant Statistics Regarding Remote Work in 2020

How organizations accommodate and — more importantly, manage – remote work moving forward should involve an important discussion with their trusted technology partner.

Working remotely – it’s an upward workplace trend that has escalated tremendously since the events surrounding COVID-19 began affecting businesses recently.

Topics: Network Management Unified Communications Coronavirus Remote Workforce Planning Cloud Technology Remote Work

Continuity Of Voice In Disaster (COVID-19): Prepared to Work Remotely?

While the impact of the virus is yet to be determined, the COVID-19 outbreak serves as one poignant example of the need for agility, flexibility and cohesion in the way organizations communicate (via voice or data) and conduct business.

What happens when working remotely ceases to be a luxury … and starts to become a necessity?

With the series of events unfolding surrounding the Coronavirus, employers are making operational adjustments to comply with a quickly-evolving public narrative — one that may soon include a work-from-home strategy.  Given these circumstances, how do businesses maintain effective communication with customers? With their team? How do they preserve standard business operations if employees aren't at the office? 

Topics: Network Management Unified Communications Coronavirus Remote Workforce Planning

7 Proactive Steps SMBs Can Take Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

While the series of events surrounding COVID-19 may leave business owners seemingly with their hands tied, there are proactive steps that can alleviate concerns, ensure healthy practices, and sustain productivity for the days and weeks ahead.

As our nation and our world continues to deal with the coronavirus and its impact, small businesses find themselves on the front lines of this outbreak.

Topics: Office Equipment Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Coronavirus Remote Workforce Planning

A Common Vulnerability Amidst Paper to Digital Workflow

A security checkup for those utilizing SMB (Scan to Network Folder) solutions with your office’s multi-function printer.

AAA Security — it's not a common term in today’s growing discussions around system and database compromises. But it should be. 

Topics: Security Office Equipment Document Workflow Document Security