COVID-19 IT SERVICES
Continuity planning for when things don’t go to plan.
As the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) continues to impact lives, it has changed the way we do business. Our intention is not to raise alarm or amplify fear. Our goal is to increase preparedness against potential business disruption. Technology plays a major part. Many businesses are considering precautionary measures as they lean into proactivity. We support this approach for the sake of guaranteed business continuity. Consider your readiness for the following scenarios:
– Workplace illnesses
– Schools closing down
– Reduced delivery schedules
– Reduced or paused work travel
– Supporting clients out of state
– Worker requests to stay home
– Increased digital communication
– Rapid workforce augmentation
– Hardware shortages (E.g. laptops)
– Transition to teleworker setup
Before you consider hardware or software, it’s important that you have a secure and compliant foundation with strong governance built in. Setting up an employee with a laptop on their couch while they have Netflix on in the background sounds easy but there’s a lot to consider. Network speed and security are essential, and data handling compliance requires documented protocols, expectations and governance training for your staff. While technology is essential, you also need a strategy. A bespoke solution designed and deployed to meet your specific work environment needs.
SugarShot has mastered remote work. Before you jump into solutions, it’s best to get an assessment to define the existing and future needs.
SugarShot can deploy rapid strategic assessment to help you spend dollars efficiently and economically across a bespoke solution mix for your business. We cover contingency plans, teleworker strategy, training, rapid-scale licensing, hardware stockpiling, conferencing tools and workflow collaboration solutions.
Specific preparedness bundles and project solutions to scale from a position of readiness.
1. Contingency plans
2. Risk profile of your existing business
3. Secure remote communications tools
4. Conferencing solutions
5. Online work environments
6. Remote security protocol
7. Teleworker transition
8. Full service training platorms
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