Is Your Infrastructure Supporting Telework?
During these unprecedented times, we hope you and your families remain safe and healthy.
As your organization navigates a new way of working remotely with your teams, you may find that your current infrastructure doesn’t support this level of telework leaving you vulnerable to network outages.
According to META Group, One hour of system wide downtime can cost a company from US$330,000 to US$2.8 Million.
Coronavirus has changed the way we work and function. In addition to health risks, there are increased cybersecurity risks too. Fraudsters and hackers take advantage of fear surrounding the virus as it continues to spread across the globe.
Managed Networks ensure business continuity in the face of everyday interruptions and unexpected disasters. Hott Solutions prioritizes client security and wellbeing to ensure that you keep moving forward during times of anxiousness and uncertainty. Your network is as important as ever, and we can provide peace of mind and security so you can focus on your business especially during stressful times.
It makes sense now more than ever to engage the Hott Solutions Network Managed Services team to assess your network and get you up to speed.
What some of our clients are saying:
“Hott Solutions oversaw and completed an IT organizational overhaul and re-design including the enhancement of IT governance, risk management, loss prevention and business continuity while also introducing process improvements resulting in cost savings and a higher ROI.”
Fabian Garcia, Director of IT, Essex Property Trust
“Hott Solutions methodically and expertly undertook projects to improve our system in security, networking, data protection, SD-Wan, Office 365, VoIP, and user support as well as a technology realignment around our Virtual CTO services in tune with our business model needs. Our technology system is now greatly enhanced.”
Thomas Rocca, President, Seven Hills Properties
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