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Are you one of many IT leaders sighing with relief after making it through the first wave of COVID-19 impact?
As IT departments got news of the work-from-home requirements, they had to sort out how to get people set up to work remotely and stay productive. For many that meant not just figuring out out-of-office access to systems, but actually purchasing computers and getting them shipped to employees’ houses.
Now we’re hearing most folks are in a second wave of putting in place the tools for team collaboration and some guidelines to keep corporate files in some semblance of order.
The risks ahead remain pertinent. Either employees take on some responsibility to help keep files sorted or we’ll all return to the office and find we’ve got a giant mess to clean up.
We want to help you, the unsung heroes working to keep employees productive, and knowledge management and records management on the rails right now.