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Leading Managed Technology Services Provider (MTSP) Helps Businesses Owners Persevere Through the Pandemic

MICHIGAN — August 2020 – Abadata Computer Corp., a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that the company is building technology plans for businesses to continue to operate through the pandemic. Abadata begins by evaluating an organization’s existing technology and then creates a plan to maximize operations and employee productivity with the proper technology that supports both remote and on-site workers. While more restrictions may be on the horizon, there is no reason why most businesses cannot adapt and thrive, especially when they have a strong technology plan.

“We are in unprecedented times, but this doesn't mean businesses can’t continue thriving,” stated Dave Wineman, President of Abadata. “With a shift in approach and proper technology, a business can set itself up for successful continued operations.”

Our technology plan is a simplified solution and consists of five main components.
1. Ensure Effective Voice Communication
Not all business phone systems are created equal. Many small to mid-sized businesses that use older systems faced severe challenges sending their employees home with the expectation to communicate effectively with customers and fellow employees. On the other hand, those companies that leverage today’s cloud voice technology experienced a much easier and seamless transition. 
 

2. Cybersecure the Home Office

With 45% of home office PCs being infected with malware most companies’ critical information are at risk. Protecting home office PCs must be done with the same due diligence as PCs in the office. Cyberattacks are at an all-time high and hackers are preying on remote workers with greater frequency since the pandemic started. 
 

3. Proper Remote Workforce Management

Abadata is a premier Member of Technology Assurance Group, organization of leading managed technology services providers (MTSPs) in the United States and Canada representing $500 million in products and services. As a result, Abadata possess the proper techniques and processes to successfully manage a remote workforce. In return, Abadata teaches its customers these best practices so they can be successful in maximizing the performance of remote employees. 
 

4. Make Sure Home Office is Functional

One of the best practices for managing a remote team is to meet over video conferencing as frequently as possible, instead of just via phone call. Employers need to make sure that employees have a functional home office with a PC/laptop that has a camera and mic to get the most out of videoconferencing meetings. Some employees also need access to a Printer/Scanner, in case the office is not fully paperless, yet.

5. Provide Necessary Collaboration Tools.

Without being in physical proximity, employees must rely on collaborative tools like Microsoft Teams, video conferencing and instant messaging more than ever before, so these solutions need to be carefully selected so that they integrate well. Microsoft Teams comes with all of those features already built-in but employees need to know how to get the most out of it. 
 
“Abadata custom-tailors technology plans to meet specific needs for continued operations,” commented Dave Wineman. “We’re taking a leadership position in the face of our current collective predicament, and proactively helping our customers persevere through restrictions or reopening guidelines.”
 
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Abadata Computer Corp. Advises Customers on the Dangers of Operating on a Manufacturer Discontinued Phone System
 
MICHIGAN – November 17, 2014 – The world of unified communications is centered on the idea of leveraging powerful technologies and applications to boost productivity. When individual employees have superior tools they are able to do more with less and increase bottom-line profitability. However, many businesses are becoming increasingly familiar with the concept of planned obsolescence, which is a policy of planning or designing a product with a limited useful life, so it will become obsolete, unfashionable or no longer functional after a certain period of time. Phone systems and data networks are beginning to show signs of planned obsolescence and business owners are beginning to reexamine their communications infrastructure. Small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) need to take a close look at their phone systems to evaluate when obsolescence will strike and what steps they can take to avoid this.
 
Many of the existing phone systems that businesses are currently running have been discontinued and no longer supported by the manufacturer. This basically means that the technology has run its course, stopped being manufactured and is becoming exceedingly difficult to service. In other words, if a business is running its communications infrastructure on obsolete technology, when it breaks down there won’t be anyone to help fix it. This is a giant risk that business owners are taking when their customer relationships are on the line. An outdated phone system will ultimately crash. Businesses cannot afford to go down and cut off all contact with their customers.
 
“Here at Abadata, we are educating companies on the risks associated with manufacturer discontinued phone systems as well as their options for new technology,” stated Dave Wineman, President of Abadata. “This is an exciting time in our industry because with the advent of SIP (session initiation protocol) many companies can easily cost justify the adoption of today’s technology. Plus, these businesses will benefit from applications and features designed to increase their profitability, enhance their employees’ productivity, and give them a competitive advantage, something their outdated phone system cannot do.”
 
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