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3 Vital Technologies for Remote Workers

b2ap3_thumbnail_remote_worker_services_400.jpgRemote workers are changing the way that both employees and their employers are viewing their workspace. It’s been proven that businesses can mitigate their overhead costs and increase their employee retention rate by allowing their team to work from home, but without the proper technology, they have no chance of being as productive as they can be if they were in the office.

Here are three of the top technologies necessary in order to ensure your mobile workforce stays as productive as possible, even while working remotely.

Voice over Internet Protocol
If your remote employees have no way to communicate with your in-house staff, things will get ugly fast. Email is too unreliable to be your business’s primary method of communication with remote staff, so what’s the small business to do? Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a growing trend in the business environment, and for good reason. Organizations can dodge the long-distance charges and other overpriced telephone provider rates, that are often lump many services into a single package.

With a VoIP solution from White Mountain IT Services, you pay for exactly what you want. You can have a powerful, scalable telephony solution that’s designed to be an operating expense rather than a capital investment. You pay for the services you want, and our rates are 100 percent transparent.

Cloud Computing
Cloud computing might still be an emerging technology, but it’s grown to be an imperative feature of the modern business’s data infrastructure. Organizations need access to their data anytime and anywhere, especially if they want to keep the productivity up while working remotely. Remote workers can access important information from the comfort of their home office (or wherever they work).

White Mountain IT Services can assist your business with the integration and management of a cloud computing platform. Just like VoIP, our cloud solution is completely scalable to meet the specific needs of your organization.

Remote Access Software
With communication from VoIP and information/application access handled by cloud computing, what’s left to tackle for the remote employee? If they have an in-house PC, they might need to access certain applications in order to fulfill their work requirements. If this is the case, remote employees need remote access software to access information stored locally on their work PCs.

Once again, White Mountain IT Services has your remote access needs covered. We can equip your business with the tools required to access information easily and efficiently, even while out of the office.

For more information about how White Mountain IT Services’s remote technology solutions can improve your business’s operations, give us a call at 603-889-0800.

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Although we provide remote services and support to businesses in over 20 states, onsite services are limited to within reasonable driving distance from our office in NH.  We will manage a local vendor for locations outside of our service area to provide onsite assistance when needed.

 

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