Rely on Managed Services During the Coronavirus Pandemic


To keep your employees and their families safe in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a full-fledged work-from-home policy as dictated by governments at every level has been in place at various levels for weeks now. There is no time like the present to increase your reliance on your managed services provider to ensure you have the technology infrastructure in place to ride out the outbreak.

Countless organizations are facing the prospect of managing nearly their entire workforce remotely – something they may not have been prepared for just a week ago. A managed service provider like 2W Technologies, INC can offer assistance to internal IT departments who are suddenly faced with acquiring additional application licenses, securing numerous endpoints and contracting for more bandwidth — all with just a few days notice.

Organizations still reliant on local Windows server applications will face the biggest barriers to entry for remote operations. Those working the cloud long before COVID-19 took over the world are way ahead of the curve.

Once life returns to normal, many organizations will look at their IT options to make sense of the lessons learned during the pandemic. Some of these businesses will look to migrate cloud applications permanently after experience success with them in an emergency setting.

If you choose 2W Tech as your managed service provider, we will continually monitor the stability and security of your IT network so you can experience maximum network up-time, increase your efficiency and focus on your core business functions. We leverage artificial intelligence on our RMM platform to fix issues before they become an actual problem for your business. Contact 2W Tech today for more information about our managed services and other IT consulting programs – especially during this time of uncertainty regarding the coronavirus.

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