Schools are closing, offices are closing – pushing employees to be home whether they are able to work remotely or not. Companies that have the technology and foundation set up for a remote workforce are encouraging employees to work from home if they can, in order to help prevent the spread and possible contraction of the coronavirus.

Not every employee in every position can actually do their work remotely. But for those who can there are a lot of technology solutions that help keep employees connected to increase productivity and operations.

Below is a list of technologies that help bridge the office and remote workforce.

Cloud Application Hosting

Host your most valuable assets in the cloud to increase availability, flexibility, scalability and accessibility. With hosted applications, reduce your costs by eliminating expensive upgrades and only pay for the storage you need.

Cloud File Repository

Don’t let your PC limit your capabilities and flexibility. With a cloud file repository, you can quickly scale the capacity and performance of your business while taking advantage of remote access and file sharing.

Hosted Emails

Migrating to a hosted email solution allows your business to have complete mobility and scalability, seamless application integration, and reliable access at all times.

Hosted VoIP Phone Systems

Offering a reliable, high-quality phone service anywhere you have internet access, hosted phone systems provide businesses with advanced functionality. Unify your mobile workforce and eliminate the hidden costs of traditional systems with an all-inclusive service plan.

Cloud-Based Financial Management Software

As your organization grows, take advantage of powerful automations, real-time insight, and enhanced flexibility. You can leverage this solution at any time, from anywhere, on any device

Network & System Performance Monitoring

Network downtime can cost a lot of money but with efficient proactive monitoring, your organization can prevent network downtime or failures, protect and manage network disruptions from IT outages, and consolidate data with ease.

Enterprise Business Continuity

From backup & recovery to testing to employee training, make sure your enterprise is capable of adapting to changes in the environment.

 

The way we do business today is a lot different than how it was 10 years ago. Technology is helping companies set up remote workforces, keeping operations running smoothly and productivity levels high. Technology letting companies adapt to our ‘on the go’ culture and need for better work/life balance. Whatever action you take today to incorporate these technologies, will help you prepare for a better tomorrow.

If you would like to discuss the technology options that are best for your company to help create a productive remote workforce, please contact us at inquire@compudata.com

For more information on up-to-date coronavirus information please use the below resources:

Pennsylvania Preparedness Guide: https://www.ready.pa.gov/BeInformed/EmergencyPreparednessGuide/Documents/PAEmergencyPreparednessGuide.pdf

Pennsylvania: www.health.pa.gov/topics/disease/pages/coronavirus.aspx

U.S. & Worldwide: CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html

What to do if you’re sick: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/sick-with-2019-nCoV-fact-sheet.pdf


Debbie Pfeiffer
Author: Debbie Pfeiffer

Debbie is the Marketing Manager who brings 12 years of marketing experience, an extreme team player who works across all departments of business and positively approaches each day as a new opportunity. Debbie joined CompuData in 2019 with extensive industry and business communication experience in technology, manufacturing, ecommerce, and professional service industries.