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Ready or not: Tech & business readiness kit for COVID-19

Posted March 16, 2020
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With your free copy of our business readiness kit, you’ll know how to effectively check if your systems, processes, and people are ready for the impacts of COVID19.

By Bremmar Team

By failing to prepare, you’re preparing to fail — Benjamin Franklin.

Have you thought about how your business would cope with COVID-19? We have. Remote-working plan and IT systems are vital if you want to survive and thrive in these uncertain times. In this article, we’ll break down the IT challenges your business might face and how to prepare for them. If you have the correct IT systems in place, you can continue with business as usual — even if your staff are stuck at home.

Download your free copy of our business readiness kit and know how to effectively check if your systems, processes, and people are ready for the impacts of COVID19.

We explore the key things you need to consider relating to:

  • The tools you use and how to check whether your staff can operate equally effectively at or away from the office
  • The skills your team have to be able to work remotely
  • Crucial questions to ask to keep your business running

DOWNLOAD NOW! (no email required)

Bremmar is a Microsoft Gold Cloud Productivity partner with more than 10 years’ experience in a range of Microsoft solutions. We help our clients work smarter by making sure everyone is empowered with useful, intuitive technology solutions.

Anything we can do to help your business thrive throughout 2020 and drive remote working initiatives is a priority. Bremmar is able to help with your digital collaboration efforts as well as assist your business to enable critical applications in the cloud, getting you ready for remote working.

If you need any assistance with IT to enhance your own business continuity planning, do not hesitate to contact us on 1300 991 351 now or fill in the form below

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By Bremmar Team

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