Staying Safe and Productive Through Coronavirus
The COVID-19 pandemic has reached the United States. COVID-19, better known as coronavirus, is a new, highly contagious respiratory illness. The virus can spread from person to person contact within six feet, and also through contact with respiratory droplets from coughs and sneezes.
Coronavirus symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure and include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Reports of the illness have ranged from mild symptoms, severe illness, and death. Severe complications include pneumonia in both lungs and multi-organ failure.
As the number of confirmed cases continues to grow, and U.S. health officials scramble to contain the outbreak, people are turning to self-quarantine in hopes of preserving their health and welfare.
But as more businesses ask their employees to work remotely, many Americans are being confronted with a new problem: how do we stay safe and healthy while continuing to work?
Public sector entities—such as local governments, schools, and nonprofits—may believe it impossible and expensive to transition to remote work environments for their workforces. However, with Microsoft Office 365, safe and productive remote work environments can be available to all employees without breaking the bank.
With Office 365, employees can utilize the latest and greatest innovations in business communication and file sharing, along with Microsoft’s trusted suite of Office apps.
With your email, calendar, contacts, and tasks all in one place, Outlook ensures that when you work, you work efficiently. And the enterprise-grade security will work to keep your information protected around the clock.
SharePoint and OneDrive
SharePoint and OneDrive make file sharing look easy. Seamless access anywhere—including offline—allows work to happen from any device, any time.
It takes the best to do the best work. The same great Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps you know and love, with all the sharing and collaboration features of Office 365.
On Technology Partners is holding a free seminar to show businesses, governments, schools, and nonprofits how to take advantage of Office 365 to create a safe and productive virtual office for their employees. If you are interested in staying safe and productive during the coronavirus outbreak, sign up here.