Managed IT services provider, Joint Network Systems, has reportedly announced that it has developed a secure teleworking solution to help businesses operate efficiently and formulate a robust Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Plan amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to sources, the COVID-19 pandemic has left businesses scrambling for the implementation of remote worker plans and the addition of safeguards to their sensitive data. The outbreak depicts some similarities in comparison to several weather-related phenomena that have occurred in the past including the temporary closure of many businesses and the cancellation of major events at the global level.
For the uninitiated, Joint Network Systems is a Managed IT Services Provider and specializes in helping enterprises with an entire spectrum of Telephony Solutions, IT Support, and Managed IT Services on-premise and in the cloud. The company believes in gaining a thorough understanding of how its customers define success and helps them to effectively harness current technological advances including telephony, cloud computing, digital transformation, cybersecurity, and networks.
The company further works towards the simplification of any IT complexity and helps businesses to optimize their environments that comprise computers, networks, supporting servers, and phone systems, and allows a great return on their investments via myriad technology solutions. Joint Network Systems also works in collaboration with several technology companies that include Cisco, DELL, Microsoft, Avaya, Fortinet, and others, and effectively claims to deploy the right solution that caters to the business and budgetary requirements of various organizations.
According to Joint Network Systems, several businesses do not have a teleworking solution amid the pandemic and are unable to send employees home for extended periods of time. The company has further emphasized the importance of implementing a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan for keeping businesses working and providing efficient services to customers during these difficult times.
While there is also the issue of data security and how businesses plan to protect it, several financial and healthcare organizations may need to consider compliance issues pertaining to PCI, GDPR, or HIPAA compliance, added the company.