Ready or not, many coronavirus contingency plans require remote work. Seize the opportunity to bolster your policies — and prepare for the future workplace and employee needs.
The spread of COVID-19 coronavirus has business employees suddenly working remotely from home.
Some business needs to start plan for this contingency plan. Working remotely may be the new choice for many employees — and an overnight requirement for some. Businesses are preparing for large-scale remote work.
We’re being forced into the world’s largest work-from-home experiment and, so far, it hasn’t been easy for a lot of businesses to implement
Businesses should review their IT Disaster Recovery and Contingency plans. Businesses should already specify key functions, roles, skills and activities required to keep the organization operating — and which can be done remotely. In a sudden crisis, though, those boundaries may stretch and require you to offer different types of support and nontraditional work options.
In many affected countries, governments have mandated or advised work from home for all employees — an unanticipated situation for most organizations that requires them to quickly review and modify existing policies.
Manhattan Information Systems can assist your business with planning and implementing remote work loads
Business owners should be preparing for a remote working scenario. Contact Manhattan Information Systems to have conversation regarding a contingency plan. Manhattan Information Systems can implement secure remote access, support home users and develop or update Disaster Recovery or Contingency plans.
MIS help with the following
Remote User Support
Secure VPN Remote Access
Purchasing or adding VPN and Remote Desktop Licenses
Implement Remote Access via Remote Desktop Service (RDS) or Virtual Desktop Access
Setting up 3rd Party Remote software
VoIP – Allows you to communicate via anywhere leveraging the internet
Remote Meetings – leverage or implement services for company meetings