Post-Coronavirus Procedures for Onsite Visits from Computers Nationwide

Post-Coronavirus Procedures for Onsite Visits from Computers Nationwide

Like many businesses that rely on a Managed Service Provider, you may be wondering how on-site service may look different during the coronavirus pandemic. The success of your day to day operations relies heavily on support from your Managed IT and Managed Cyber Security support team. We were here for you during the transition to remote work, and we will continue to be here for you now as your physical locations reopen. As the coronavirus lockdowns are lifted in Illinois and Wisconsin, it is very likely your tech may need some maintenance. But how can we do this safely?

During the COVID-19 outbreak, Computers Nationwide is focusing on protecting the Health and Safety of our employees and clients.

All Computers Nationwide employees will be following the health and safety guidelines as recommended by the CDC, which include the following: 
  • Wearing masks when we visit a client’s office.
  • Actively encourage sick employees to stay home.
  • Develop other flexible policies for scheduling and telework (if feasible) and create leave policies.
  • Using hand sanitizer before entering the client’s office.
  • Promote etiquette for coughing, sneezing, and handwashing.
  • Perform routine environmental cleaning.
  • Minimize face-to-face contact between employees.
  • Have conversations with employees about their concerns.
  • Requesting that our clients follow social distancing while we’re there.
  • Opting for remote support and remote meetings whenever possible.
Please let us know in advance if you require any additional safety precautions and we will be happy to comply. If you are not a current client and would like to discuss your technology needs with a safe Technology Partner, please give us a call at (847) 419-9900 or send us an email: [email protected].

Post-Coronavirus Procedures for Onsite Visits from Computers Nationwide

“While your office may open, social distancing practices should still be in place. Your current floor plans, conference rooms, and office signage may need to change to ensure employees can abide by social distancing guidelines. “It’s essential to take the necessary time and steps to ensure a return to the office is successful for everyone involved,” explains Ryan Massiello, Senior Director of Operations at Datto. “Return to work preparations do not have to be expensive, but they can be priceless.” Our partners at Datto Inc. have shared a checklist to focus on establishing office layouts, behaviors, and guidelines that result in a safe office environment for everyone.

Blog Returning to the Office: Helping Your Clients Make The Transition shares: “Just as we had to be there for our clients to transition them to a work from home environment, it’s equally vital that we stay in constant communication with them and understand their plans for going back to the office to make the return just as smooth.”

Are you still working remotely? Find out how we can keep your tech infrastructure in tip top shape from any location. CN’s Managed IT and Managed Cyber Security experts are ready to help your business thrive during COVID-19 and beyond!
Thank you and stay safe!
Mike R. Gilbert, President of Computers Nationwide
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