Rethinking Your COVID-19 Remote Work Strategy Already?


The speed at which the COVID-19 virus is spreading caused many businesses to send their workforce home without a proper remote work strategy. Businesses were and are faced with many obstacles due to the coronavirus and the effect it is having on the economy. I came across a reply to a marketing email 2W Tech had sent out a few days ago and it made me pause. The email was asking if they needed any assistance with ensuring they were properly set up and secured for having a remote workforce. The response to the email stated “We have other things to worry about right now outside of our remote work strategy.”

I can’t possibly imagine all of the issues businesses are facing right now, nor am I trying to undermine their importance. However, I can tell you with quite certainty that not spending the time to evaluate your remote strategy could be the mistake that puts you out of business. Don’t make this mistake. Pick up the phone and call 2W Tech and let us take that burden off your plate.

2W Tech just launched our Everywhere & Anywhere program. This program allows any business to spin their operations up into the Azure cloud to allow for secure operations from anywhere, anytime. Giving you the flexibility you want and the security you need with your remote work strategy.

Access your network and cloud resources from any device, anywhere in the world. Bring engineered powered PCs to any workstation or tablet. Deploy for home and remote workers plus traveling team members with the reliability and security your business needs without messy, high maintenance VPN technology. Completely scalable across your enterprise.

2W Everywhere & Anywhere leverages the technology of Microsoft with the expertise of 2W Tech so your people are productive anywhere in the world.  2W Tech is a Microsoft Gold Partner. Give us a call today to get started and let us take the burden of keeping your operations running efficiently and securely.

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