The Federal Government has passed several bills in recent weeks designed to support small businesses impacted by the coronavirus crisis. We'll keep the currently available list of programs updated here for your reference.
Update: April 27th, 2020
President Trump signed a $484 billion measure adding $320 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program and $60 billion to the Small Business Administration's Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. As of April 27th, the SBA is accepting new PPP loan applications through approved lenders.
A closer look at the steps you should be taking to mitigate this risk and prepare for the eventual reunification of your workforce with the organization’s network.
With the right combination of hardware, cloud applications, and mobile-friendly software, remote work is not just feasible; it’s a foundational piece of the new normal.
Setup flexibility in your WAN allows for more specific security protocols and the ability to leverage existing infrastructure in the event of a disaster or crisis.
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For businesses in Tennessee, it's important to stay up to date on the latest developments and plans from both the State and Local Government depending on where you operate.
Whether you have a part-time work-from-home policy or not, few of them will have ever worked 100% from home before, and the transition can be jarring.
Policies and procedures should be implemented as quickly as possible at the management level to keep employees engaged and teams in sync. That means: