Update from Compu-SOLVE: April 6, 2020
Compu-SOLVE's doors are closed, however we continue to operate in support of our clients, and like many of them we have transitioned to a primarily remote work force. We also continue to support our clients on-site in emergency situations, following the guidelines outlined by medical professionals to ensure our clients and team are as safe as possible.
We strongly encourage all remote workers to take the necessary steps and time required to be sure that you are operating from your location in a safe and healthy manner. A common mistake is to get up and running as quickly as possible without first implementing a plan. We must consider that during this crisis, "bad actors" are taking advantage while we are at our most vulnerable. Many industry leaders like Cisco and Microsoft are offering free or extended trial licenses to help you. There are also many tips available online shown in our social media posts that will help you create an ergonomic work space, and improve audio conference calls. Please be sure to review these offerings. If you need assistance, please contact us.
Rob Megaw - General Manager
Related Links to Keep You Informed
Related Links to Help Remote Workers
For any of the services listed below, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Free Microsoft Teams for remote communications (up to 1000 users for 6 months)
Free Webex offering from Cisco for remote communications
Trial of Cisco Umbrella - Standard trial offer is 14 days, Cisco is offering an extension to 90 days
More Information on Cisco's offers
Remote Access Software (GoToMeeting by LogMeIn) - Free for 3 months, starting immediately, providing critical front-line service providers, including eligible healthcare providers, educational institutions, municipalities, and non-profit organizations as well as any current LogMeIn customer with free, organization-wide use of many LogMeIn products for 3 months through the availability of Emergency Remote Work Kits.