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Remote working and business continuity

Published: April 21, 2020

Businesses across the world have been forced into remote working with minimal notice. For many, it’s a case of making use of their current systems but at scale – laptops, mobiles, softphones, VPNs, SaaS and advanced security products are a powerful combination. For others, it’s wholesale change that needs to be implemented rapidly.

An organisation’s infrastructure and security also need to be considered; for example, how can bespoke on-premise systems be accessed remotely without introducing risk, often by thousands of concurrent users? Many of us are now having to embrace BYOD with open arms meaning it’s critical that all work environments – across desktop and mobile devices – are secure, backed up and encrypted.

Whether you’re new to remote working and need to move quickly, or you’re old hands but need help optimising your current setup for scale, Grey Matter can help you ensure business continuity. We can help with:

Remote desktops, virtualisation and SaaS: Access work applications, environments and servers from any device. Remotely login and fix technical issues on staff and client desktops.

Virtual conferencing and softphones: Communicate with colleagues, customers and clients via web chats, video and virtual phone calls, screen shares and presentation. Sync work phone systems and person mobiles so calls aren’t missed.

Security: Backup and archive data so it’s easily recoverable if a device is lost, damaged or compromised. Encrypt files and devices with multifactor authentication.

FIND OUT MORE!

Whatever remote working situation you find yourself in, you can reach our team of advisors on +44 (0) 1364 654 100 or by emailing info@greymatter.com

 

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