From our team to yours, we hope everyone is in good health!
Colorado and Florida are slowly warming to the idea of reopening some businesses which – done carefully – is welcomed news.
Colorado Governor Polis announced on April 20th that the state will move to stage two of the coronavirus response – Safer at Home. This stage of the plan states that noncritical offices can open at 50 percent capacity starting Monday, May 4.
Florida’s response is similar in tone, though focused largely on tourism and hospitality. The Sun Sentinel reports that industry leaders are beginning to determine what the next safest steps will be to reopen businesses.
Both states’ considerations are a step in the right direction as we proceed to getting safely back on track. If you are considering reopening a business or transitioning part of your staff back to the office, your tech environment there may need a tune-up. Here are some things to consider as you begin to get back to business. Plan ahead!
- If you took computer home from work during the stay-at-home order, do you know how to set it up again at the office or will you need assistance?
- Is your anti-virus software up to date and in-tact?
- Do you know how to restore your network settings once you are back in the office?
- Do you know if your internet or network experienced a power outage while you were away?
There are so many factors to consider as you ramp things up again. As always, we’re available to help if you need us…even if only for tech advice in these uncertain times.