Crisis Communication

Are you ready to ramp-up remote working?

05 March 2020

Preparing for Coronavirus

The likelihood of COVID 19 impacting your business is increasing as the virus continues to spread. If you need to isolate certain employees or if your workplace closes, enabling staff to work at home could be your only option in terms of business continuity.

  • But do you have the capabilities to support more and more employees concurrently working remotely?
  • Can you afford to pay for all the additional hardware your workforce will need to carry out their day-to-day tasks away from the office?
  • And how will you effectively communicate with all these remote workers during a crisis?

Digital Workplace

BlackBerry Digital Workplace with AI-based security and desktop virtualisation can provide remote workers with access to all your corporate resources from their personal PCs or MacBooks.

This means that while they work from home, your employees can use their own devices to access behind-the firewall content, and have all the same capabilities that they have when they’re using their computer in the office.

BlackBerry Digital Workplace will dramatically reduce complexity and costs for your organisation, because you won’t need to procure new hardware for your remote workforce. Digital Workplace also provides a cost-effective alternative to Citrix and other VDI solutions.

With sophisticated email, browser, collaboration, and document editing tools, Digital Workplace is a complete solution that works with any device and provides online/offline access to any corporate resources on-premises or in the cloud.

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BlackBerry Digital Workplace

Crisis communications

During any crisis, it’s critical to communicate openly and transparently with your staff.

If you’re serious about protecting your business and your employees in the event of any disaster, another product to consider is BlackBerry’s AtHoc platform. This crisis communications solution is designed to coordinate an effective disaster response while rapidly ensuring employee safety.

Viruses like COVID 19 can become crises through a lack of planning. If your organisation doesn’t have an up-to-date disaster plan to deal with pandemics, now is the time to fix that.

BlackBerry AtHoc

Investing in your organisation’s future

While Coronavirus is not as virulent as SARS, MERS or Ebola, the fact that such outbreaks keep occurring is a major cause for concern – so don’t think of Coronavirus as a one-off. With other viral out-breaks likely to occur in the near-future, investing in systems to enable remote working, business continuity and crisis communications is a priority.

In addition, Appurity can help you to maximise the potential of your existing mobile licenses or technology to provide a fast and effective solution that will enable you to manage rapid business change.

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