COVID-19 Affected Businesses Rescued by Managed IT Services Companies Like iTecs Promus
The recent pandemic has changed how businesses are conducting their operations. Work from home environments entails finding the right IT solution can be a challenge.
The recent pandemic has changed how businesses globally are conducting their day-to-day operations. With the need for many companies to have their staff work from home and the intricacies that environment entails, finding the right IT solution and executing it expeditiously can be a challenge.
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Many have resorted to having employees use their home computer to dial into the corporate office and access resources; however, this opens them up to a sleuth of security vulnerabilities. Who’s to say that the home computer children use to purchase game currency with isn’t a petri dish of viruses and malware?
The work-from-home model comes with a disadvantage. The lack of oversight on employees limits the ability to see performance metrics in real-time. This inability to monitor employee performance can be a real problem when the only way to discover employee laziness is when you lose business.
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When implementing this work-from-home solution, businesses either have an internal IT department, or an external managed IT services provider who design and implement the right solution. It’s essential to utilize a competent IT team as a guide through these interesting times.
iTecs Promus, a white-glove managed service provider (MSP) of cloud hosting services, has helped businesses overcome the challenges of the work-from-home model. With solutions implemented that address the ease of working remotely, IT security, and employee monitoring.
With solutions like implementing a VPN with corporate-owned equipment or allowing any device to connect to a Terminal Server, iTecs has helped businesses mitigate the IT security risks associated with the work-from-home environment.
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