The Virtual Office: Effectively Developing a Secure Work-From-Home IT Solution
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Charles Bennett - Principal Consultant, Triella
Irv Remedios - CEO, Voxer
The virtual office is not a new concept. Although in recent weeks, it has become a necessity for many businesses and professional service providers, including lawyers and accountants, to work from home. Remote access to a company's IT systems is one way that businesses can maintain continuity and professional service providers can manage their practice while following social distancing measures. As simple as this may sound, the process of developing a work-from-home IT solution is daunting, especially with a short timeline. Trying to rush the process may lead to unforeseen challenges down the road. Company data security, vendor licensing agreements and overall product performance are key considerations when implementing your virtual office strategy.
Join a CEO who just transitioned his operations to work from home and the Aird & Berlis Technology Group as they review some of the software and best practices required to create a successful virtual office for yourself and your organization.
- Essential software requirements for developing a work-from-home strategy
- Data security, licensing agreements and overall product performance review
- End user responsibilities and effective communication processes during roll-out and adoption
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