Just one week ago on Thursday, March 19th, within hours of each other, the State of California, Los Angeles County, and Ventura County issued ‘Safer at Home’ orders to their citizens. Within this last week, our helpdesk, network, and application teams at AllConnected have fielded 200+ tickets solely focused on supporting local businesses in implementing secure Work From Home strategies to ensure employees stay secure, healthy, and productive.
Whether you prepared an effective business continuity plan for your organization or not, the outbreak of COVID-19 has kept most “non-essential” employees at home.
But you know no one is “non-essential” in your organization. So, consider the following steps to make sure your employees are both productive and secure working remotely. Our engineering team has assembled some important observations and recommendations below for your organization to ensure Continuity of Business operations with Remote Workers: