How Secure Networkers Private Cloud Customers
are Weathering the Mandates to Work from Home
In the COVID-19 rush to relocate staff to a work-from-home status, businesses have been jury-rigging remote workforce hacks to cobble together an external “make it work” network. Companies are now often operating with systems that barely work. Deficiencies of a system that was not intended to deal with the remote access bandwidth required, all the security gaps that are created with the hacks, are both immediate problems that leave businesses with vulnerabilities that are potentially as epidemic as the virus is being to the general population.
But businesses that were already equipped with private cloud were already ready for this pandemic, and the isolation mandates that have come about from it, long before they happened.
Here is what one of our customers has to say about how they are faring logistically during this time of remote workforce activity, and the benefit they are experiencing:
“We are employment lawyers, so in the face of COVID-19, providing timely advice is a necessity. Recently when we faced working remotely, I was not at all surprised to see that our business never missed a beat. Our IT infrastructure never even crossed our minds. We stood ready to focus on our clients’ needs because Secure Networkers had looked ahead and advised us well.
We’ve been in a hosted environment for several years, with a flawless end-user experience. Whether we are in a deposition in another city or our kitchen at home – we are connected to our desktops, fully productive, completely secure. We would never consider anything less for our clients.
I’ve grown accustomed to being the only business manager in the room who loves their IT team – every member, without exception. Secure Networkers is the most vital business partner we have, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their guidance and protection!”
If your business is in need of remote workforce security and agility, we can help. Call us at 281.651.2254 or email uswith your questions.