Covid-19 Technology Resource for Small BusinessesA How-To Guide
Covid-19 and Working Remotely – A How-To Technology Resource
Welcome to The Computer Center’s Covid-19 resource center for small businesses. Our focus is to provide you with the information you need to keep your business running, collaborate with your team, meet with customers, and make the best of the current situation by leveraging technology.
Use this free report to get started with your remote workforce. I've written this with small business owners in mind. You'll learn:
- The 10 things you MUST consider before you implement your remote work plan
- The remote work pre-planning checklist you should discuss with your IT professional
- The 8 critical characteristics for choosing the right IT professional to help you implement your plan
You can access this document immediately, without any sign-ups or o.ther information. Just click here to download the free report now.
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How to Keep Your Business Running and Implement Secure Remote Access Webinar by The Computer Center President James Pearson
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How to drop-kick coronavirus. Here are five (5) Steps To rise above the fear of COVID-19 and focus on growing your business.
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As a business owner, you are now asked to allow your employees to work from home to reduce possible exposure of COVID-19.
A great article from the FTC about how to recognize and stop phishing scams. Bad guys are trying to get your personal information and money.
Wisconsin Safer at Home Order. Here is a copy of Governor Tony Evers’ Wisconsin Safer at Home Order, issued on March 24th, 2020.
Get the latest tech tips in Issue 409 and Covid-19 info of the weekly Tuesday Tidbits from The Computer Center.
Zoom alternatives: what about Hangouts, Skype and Teams? Here are the different ways you can hold a web conference and some pros and cons of each platform.
Our new QuickHelp online training platform allows you and your staff to master new tools.
Use this infographic of the 18 Things to Make Your Remote Work More Secure as you and your workforce move online during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Cloud Computing: Good, Bad, & Ugly. A move to the cloud can yield big payoffs in terms of cost savings, increased efficiency, greater flexibility, and more.