September 11, 2001 changed America overnight. In particular, it changed the way Americans travel with an instant, new set of new security procedures at airports. Today, we face a new protocol of health security procedures that will likely become the “new norm” amid the Corona Virus pandemic. While there is a likely vaccine on the horizon, there will surely be more threats that will challenge our ability to adapt as a nation, and as business people.
Corona Virus Has Transformed the Way We Conduct Business
These are unprecedented times and to weather this storm, we are all learning to manage through the rapidly changing situation together. As Reagan Wireless responds to COVID-19, the health and safety of our employees and customers remain our top priority. The work we do is critical to our employees, customers and companies around the world, and we’re committed to being there when our customers and colleagues need us most. The events of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic have shown us how quickly work environments can get turned upside down. In a blink of an eye, companies are being forced to reassess the way they do business in order to survive. If your employees are forced to work remotely to lessen the devastating impact of Corona Virus on our communities, contact Reagan Wireless for your wireless needs.
8 Top Tips to Keep Your Team Connected with Technology
As you determine how to implement a remote work plan for your business, make sure to integrate these 8 recommendations to keep your team productive and connected. Here are some top tips to work smart with a remote workforce:
Check that your wireless provider has enough capacity.
Leverage your employees’ personal smartphones for business (if you need to purchase cellphones in bulk contact Reagan Wireless).
Create collaborative platforms for employees and customers to work together (i.e. Zoom).
Maintain familiar productivity tools for your team.
Update employees about using remote capabilities of phone system.
Make sure your smartphones, tablets and laptops are protected with security measures and antivirus software.
Limit network access for contractors and vendors.
Verify that you have a reliable and secure network connection.