It is important to maintain high security protocols when working remotely. Extending your corporate security stacks to personal devices and remote devices is a critical step in securing your network. Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication for VPN and other applications will ensure only authorized people are accessing your network and data. Educating your users about phishing campaigns meant to exploit coronavirus and working from home models is another key action you can take to prevent catastrophe.
Having a major shift in how your company operates may put new areas at risk. Ensuring you are backing up the data you need may look different in your new environment. Backing up laptops and desktops may be needed. If you are adding or staggering shifts, evaluating your server backup schedule and frequency may be important for continuity and consistency.
When working remotely, communications can be a challenge. Putting the right tools in the hands of your employees can be the difference between failure and success. Understanding your options for collaborative working options such as instant messaging, presence information, voice, mobility features, audio, web & video conferencing, fixed-mobile convergence, desktop sharing, data sharing, call control and speech recognition or VOIP phone systems are just a call away.
Introducing new technology or expanding current toolsets can cause stress on your support system. Now may be the time to add or upgrade your End User Support agreement with us. We are here to support all your software device, mobile device and cloud computing needs.