Small & medium businesses are challenged to adapt to the new normal: a remote workforce. This means a heavy reliance on your technology to support users across counties, cities, and states so they can help your client base through these difficult times.
We’re here to help and are committed to your success. Partnering with NetGain, you can expect:
We are here to help you with any of your technology needs. For instance, if your organization is preparing for remote work for the first time or need assistance ensuring your workforce can function effectively outside of the office, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.
NetGain Technologies has almost forty years of experience providing strategic technology guidance and IT support for companies across the Midwestern & Southeastern U.S. – as their full- or part-time IT department. Our skilled resources can implement technological solutions designed to facilitate remote work. This includes:
Keeping you and your employees successful, engaged, and productive during these challenging times is important. NetGain’s expertise and partnerships with companies such as Microsoft, HP Inc., HPE, Cisco, Sophos, Arctic Wolf, and more, will keep you and your employees successful while working remotely.
Watch this on-demand webinar where we present the top 11 tips for remote work security with our partner Sophos. Learn best practices to protect your cybersecurity health while enabling measures to protect everyone’s physical health.
Cisco is offering WebEx, their web conferencing application, for free during this time. Click here to learn more.
Microsoft is offering Teams, their collaboration software, for free. Click here to learn more.
Read COVID-19: Prepare Your Business for Telecommuting to learn how to properly prepare your employees for telecommuting .
If you plan to begin the process of reopening your physical location(s), read our blog COVID-19: Prepare Business Technology for Return to Work.
For the latest information about coronavirus, visit the CDC’s resource center.
For information on protective measures to take against the virus, read advice from the WHO.
Read here for guidance from the CDC on how businesses should plan for and respond to COVID-19.
Benefits.gov has a nice help section with useful Q&As on Coronavirus resources.
On March 27th, Congress passed the CARES Act, a $2 trillion stimulus bill to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19. The bill includes funding for the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) which will provide attractive loans to small businesses (defined as businesses with less than 500 employees) that can be partially forgiven if used to maintain headcount. We have heard questions from some clients about this loan program. Contact us so we can be of assistance.
We have created a simple FAQ to address some questions we think you may have. If you have any questions not addressed here, please reach out to us.
No, we are open and operating business as usual. Although working remotely, our team is available 24/7/365. There is no change to the way clients reach our support team in any fashion. If you are not a current client, but are looking for help during this time, please reach out to us immediately.
Yes. As many small & medium sized businesses are transitioning to remote work, we are here to support you. The fastest way to get help is to call 844-777-6278 or fill out this form and we will call you.
Each client is at a different level of preparedness to either partially or fully transition their employees to working from home. Please contact us directly to discuss your company’s unique situation & preparedness to work from home.
Most support needs can be handled remotely. If it’s necessary to come onsite for work, we will work with you to evaluate and determine the best way to complete the work while keeping you, your employees, your clients, and our employees safe.
Yes. We are currently seeing a delay in hardware orders. The length of the delay varies from item to item. Contact us for recommendations on hardware that’s best for your business.