Atlanta, GA. (January 29, 2014) —A rare winter storm covered Atlanta with snow and ice yesterday, paralyzing the area. The roads were so choked with traffic that drivers abandoned their cars and walked through the snow and ice to churches and home-improvement stores to spend the night. Today, the roads are still clogged with traffic as many are still trying to get home.
Businesses have been forced to close because their employees can’t make it to work.
If they had planned ahead and set up Remote Access to their network, their employees could be working from home today.
With a reliable cloud-based system with file sharing your business can continue to operate even when your employees can’t get to work. With a computer and Internet access in their home or wherever they are, your employees can access files, stay productive, and be connected to you and others. They can work from home using a secure cloud-based system.
Cohn Consulting Corporation Is Your Expert in Atlanta for all your business IT services.
Cohn Consulting Corporation can set up your Remote Access and help you determine the best file-sharing solutions to meet your needs. Our Atlanta-based IT solutions are cost-effective and reliable, and promote your business continuity capabilities.
With Cohn Consulting Corporation’s IT Consulting & Solutions, you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that your business data is accessible and your employees can continue to work wherever they have a computer device and Internet connection.
Note: Remote Access must be implemented prior to a disaster.
This surely isn’t the last winter storm of the year for Atlanta. Start planning now to ensure your business is set up for remote access before the next storm hits. This way your employees will continue working productively and your business will stay up and running.
Call Cohn Consulting Corporation for a no-obligation, complimentary assessment of your business technology support needs at: (770) 225-0584 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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