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We can advise you on remote user apps and providers

Here is an article I found that may interest you re. remote workers. It is a generic article… I hope it helps you better understand the Cloud.
https://hbr.org/2020/03/a-guide-to-managing-your-newly-remote-workers
 

 

  • Remote Desktop Software for your Windows, Chromebook, and Mac computers
  • Fast, simple, and secure remote access. Have complete access to your computers, apps, and files from home, the airport, or anywhere else in the world.
  • Access from any Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, or Chromebook device. Fast connections with HD quality and sound. Work-anywhere, https://www.evolveip.net/virtual-desktop, is easy to use with no lag. Starting at just $ 25.00/month. Save up to 80% compared to other products.
  • Evolveip is one of our 75 channel partners that can offer IT /telecom/and internet solutions
  • Contact Us and we will help you determine which is the best path for you

Work anywhere with our cloud based solutions AKA remote worker applications

Welcome to the next generation of data sharing and storage. We have all heard of ‘The Cloud’, but do you know what the cloud can do for your business? Popular studies such as Deloitte and Booz Allen Hamilton have shown that, when done right, cloud computing can be expected to greatly reduce communication and networking costs. We help you reduce your IT budget by moving to the Cloud with the help of our 75 partners such as Microsoft, Cisco, Verizon, AT&T.

Hosted Applications are revolutionizing the way companies do business, reducing the costs of maintenance and administrative overhead. Hosted Applications are also known as Internet-Based Applications, Web-Based Applications, Online Applications, or Application Service Providers. Hosted Applications, rather than being stored and installed on a traditional PC hard drive, are accessed via servers stored in other locations

Contact Us for a free analysis and a no-fee project implementation. We are paid by our vendors just like your insurance broker.

REMOTE WORKER SOLUTIONS ARE NOT ALL THE SAME

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As many business have moved to working from home to stop the rapid spread of the Coronavirus and as there are more temporary laws enacted for businesses to do so, there are important considerations for employers to have regarding setting up work-from-home strategies and whether or not it is the right course of action.

Sending employees to work-from-home offers some challenges including:

  • Loss of in-person meetings
  • Feelings of disassociation from the organization
  • Employee Accountability
  • Employee Supervision

There are ways to temporarily resolve this through creating a remote worker enabled environment. Utilizing Unified Communications and Voice Over IP (VoIP), allows for:

  • Cloud VoIP Calling
  • Remote File Sharing
  • Cloud Desktop Workspace
  • Audio/Video Conferencing for Face-to-Face Meetings
  • Cloud Contact Centers for better client servicing

We have encouraged our employees to work from home and our offices are closed for in-person meetings until March 27, 2020. Luckily, we operate our business in the cloud and so do our clients. This means, they can access their valuable work and communications tools from anywhere with an Internet connection – including cell phones and tablets, meetings systems, and more.

We have received many calls of businesses not set up for full cloud-based operations. If your employees do not have remote access to the tools they need, please call us so we can help you keep your business running! We are available to discuss how to keep your business secure and Voice & IT Disaster Recovery scenarios. If you are one of our valued clients and for any reason need our assistance, please call our office line at (877 208 0021, and we will be there to assist you during normal business hours.

 

Are you using the right remote user application? We provide free consultation on this and other IT services. 877 208 0021

As many business have moved to working from home to stop the rapid spread of the Coronavirus and as there are more temporary laws enacted for businesses to do so, there are important considerations for employers to have regarding setting up work-from-home strategies and whether or not it is the right course of action.

Sending employees to work-from-home offers some challenges including:

  • Loss of in-person meetings
  • Feelings of disassociation from the organization
  • Employee Accountability
  • Employee Supervision

There are ways to temporarily resolve this through creating a remote worker enabled environment. Utilizing Unified Communications and Voice Over IP (VoIP), allows for:

  • Cloud VoIP Calling
  • Remote File Sharing
  • Cloud Desktop Workspace
  • Audio/Video Conferencing for Face-to-Face Meetings
  • Cloud Contact Centers for better client servicing

We have encouraged our employees to work from home and our offices are closed for in-person meetings until March 27, 2020. Luckily, we operate our business in the cloud and so do our clients. This means, they can access their valuable work and communications tools from anywhere with an Internet connection – including cell phones and tablets, meetings systems, and more.

We have received many calls of businesses not set up for full cloud-based operations. If your employees do not have remote access to the tools they need, please call us so we can help you keep your business running! We are available to discuss how to keep your business secure and Voice & IT Disaster Recovery scenarios. If you are one of our valued clients and for any reason need our assistance, please call our office line at (877 208 0021, and we will be there to assist you during normal business hours.

 

We can help you with remote workers

 

As many business have moved to working from home to stop the rapid spread of the Coronavirus and as there are more temporary laws enacted for businesses to do so, there are important considerations for employers to have regarding setting up work-from-home strategies and whether or not it is the right course of action.

Sending employees to work-from-home offers some challenges including:

  • Loss of in-person meetings
  • Feelings of disassociation from the organization
  • Employee Accountability
  • Employee Supervision

There are ways to temporarily resolve this through creating a remote worker enabled environment. Utilizing Unified Communications and Voice Over IP (VoIP), allows for:

  • Cloud VoIP Calling
  • Remote File Sharing
  • Cloud Desktop Workspace
  • Audio/Video Conferencing for Face-to-Face Meetings
  • Cloud Contact Centers for better client servicing

We have encouraged our employees to work from home and our offices are closed for in-person meetings until March 27, 2020. Luckily, we operate our business in the cloud and so do our clients. This means, they can access their valuable work and communications tools from anywhere with an Internet connection – including cell phones and tablets, meetings systems, and more.

We have received many calls of businesses not set up for full cloud-based operations. If your employees do not have remote access to the tools they need, please call us so we can help you keep your business running! We are available to discuss how to keep your business secure and Voice & IT Disaster Recovery scenarios.If you are one of our valu

ed clients and for any reason need our assistance, please call our office line at (877 208 0021, and we will be there to assist you during normal business hours.

 

Skype is going away Microsoft TEAMS is now the cats meow I’m not really that old but TEAMS is hot.

The Data doesn’t Lie…it’s Time to move to Teams, BUT thee are caveats / Not all users need, or have a Desktop to make a call using TEAMS. That is where we and our vendors come in. Read on…..

If you had to take a guess on how many collaboration services your clients are running, would you say 1, 2, or 5? Our survey of 247 Executive, IT, and Sr. Operations professionals revealed that most mid-market businesses are running an average of 2.4 collaboration services today, most of which were implemented by departments outside
of IT.

Challenge #1 – When we asked these same organizations if they preferred having a single solution, an overwhelming majority (56%) said ‘yes’, while only 14% preferred having multiple collaboration solutions.

Challenge #2 – 41.5% of organizations are using Microsoft Teams today and 36.5% plan to deploy Microsoft Teams in the next couple of years. Microsoft recently announced that they now have over 20 million active daily Teams users, making Teams the fastest adopted service in Microsoft’s history!

Challenge #3 – Nearly 1/2 of the 247 businesses that responded (47.5%) told us that their preferred collaboration system MUST integrate with their communications solution, while 30% were still undecided.

Challenge #4 – For those businesses that demand a voice-integrated collaboration system, nearly half plan to re-evaluate their voice provider, while only 17% plan to use their current UCaaS provider to deploy their collaboration suite.

Here’s the rub. Microsoft Teams doesn’t support all of the enterprise voice features required by mid-market and enterprise businesses! Learn more about those gaps and missing features at our Blog https://appliedconsultinggroup.net/blog/
or @ our web site www.acgimfo.biz
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