Essential IT Infrastructure for Business Continuity During Crises

By: on April 22, 2020

Businesses in the U.S. are having to rethink their strategies for growth, productivity, and customer relations amidst the COVID-19 crisis and redirect their focus onto matters within their control.

According to Gartner, businesses can support extended remote work by implementing the correct IT infrastructure such as video conferencing and collaboration tools. These digital solutions facilitate virtual communication and can accommodate a higher volume of users on these platforms as “non-essential” employees are asked to work from home.

This business continuity checklist highlights essential IT infrastructure that can help businesses protect sensitive data among remote employees, preserve a collaborative work culture, and continue to deliver a positive customer experience.

Business Continuity Checklist

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