Capitalist Sage: How to Set-up a Cyber Safe Home Teleworking Office [Podcast]
Lauched in 2016 Insiten is a rapidly growing technology company headquartered at Curiosity Lab in Peachtree Corners. The company develops software and provides consulting servies in the corporate strategy, finance and operations space. Their marquis product, TackleBox, empowers teams to present Excel analysis with speed and confidence by delivering automated PowerPoint presentations, real-time dashboards and Powerful insights.
The coronavirus publice health emergency and the associated stay-at-home/social distancing mandates caused Insiten to quickly implement a work-from-home strategy. Employees were forced to abandon their "ultimate developer paradise," where they enjoyed state-of-the-art equipment and in-person collaboration. With all employees remote, Insiten had to rethink how they could continue to effectively collaborate.
The tech company's IT and cloud solutions partner Rojoli Services, jumped into action by providing the tools, infrastructure and security to provide business continuity. This enabled Insiten to rapidly pivot to a work-at-home model.
"Working with Rojoli to put in place the right tools and infrastructure to ensure connectivity across the team was crucial to our business operations," said Adam Trien Insiten CEO.
Using Microsoft Teams, Insiten's employees and their clients were able to stay connected with online meeting, file sharing, project management and other collaboration tools. Utilizing Microsoft 365, Insiten was able to use familiar desktop applications across different devices while keeping their files secure.
Rojoli Services implemented a cloud-based infrastructure with key benefits that included flexibility, disaster recovery and business continuity, collaboration, security and the ability to work anywhere with an internet connection. Rojoli partners with many small businesses in the Peachtree Corners area, helping them to overcome technology challenges and thrive.
Now, more than ever, that's critical for businesses, large and small. "We're in this together," said Gentry Ganote, Rojoli Services CEO.
How can your business avoid wire transfer fraud?
Increased telework has expanded security challenges. Wire transfers are an attractive target of fraudulent activity due to the speed and finality of payment, as well as the lack of internal controls and employee education. Wire transfer fraud is an epidemic that is reaching historic levels throughout the world.
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10 Things You Can Do to Avoid Fraud
Crooks use clever schemes to defraud millions of people every year. They often combine new technology with old tricks to get people to send money or give out personal information. Here are some practical tips to help you stay a step ahead.
When unprecedented emergencies such as COVID-19 arise, it may become necessary for organizations to transition to a remote workforce. This transition can often be complex for those who don’t have the proper infrastructure in place. Rojoli Services is here to help take the anxiety out of enabling your remote workforce. The following checklist should help set you on the right track.
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Rojoli Services partners with many businesses, helping them to overcome technology challenges and thrive. Now, more than ever, that’s critical for businesses, large and small. “We’re in this together.”
Are You and Your Team Ready to Work from Home?
A crisis, like Covid-19, can impact how, when, and where you and your employees work. That’s why it’s important to be sure everyone on your team is prepared to work from home — perhaps on a moment’s notice.
Map out which jobs and tasks can and can’t be done, even partially, without a physical presence in the office. Then do a thorough audit of the technology that your company uses for remote work. Make sure your employees are comfortable using the various hardware and software.
Quickly train people and give them opportunities to practice. You’ll also need a clear communications protocol that should include: everyone’s contact information; which communication channels you’ll use — email, IM, Slack, etc.; how employees are expected to respond to customers; and how and when teams will coordinate and meet.
While putting these steps in place, it’s also smart to identify ways to measure how effective remote work is for your team. Once the crisis is over, this data will allow you to reflect on what worked, what didn’t, and why.
This tip is adapted from “What’s Your Company’s Emergency Remote-Work Plan?,” by Cali Williams Yost
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