COVID-19 Resources2020-06-08T09:38:43-04:00




Dan’s Tips for Working from Home – Straight from Our “WFH Expert”

Dan Moore, our Senior Technician and resident “Working from Home” Guru, has offered us some advice that we felt was relevant to share. Dan has been working remotely and manning our Columbus “remote office” for several years, so he was able to give some insight to some of us WFH amateurs. I wanted to give you all 10 tips, but I said to myself: “Self, they don’t need 10”. And I was ...

Important Update from AtNetPlus on COVID-19

Like many businesses around the world, we’re continuing to adapt to the rapidly changing circumstances in the wake of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We understand how critical it is for your business to remain productive and operational during this time. Remote working capabilities rely heavily on the proper technology. As our clients’ strategic partner, many are looking to us right now to guide them through this situation. We are experiencing around 3x the amount ...

Does Your Business Have an Emergency “Work from Home” Strategy?

In response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), some businesses and schools have been suspending onsite operation temporarily in an attempt to reduce the risk of spreading this disease by group contact. Whether you want to take precautions for health reasons or your staff needing to be home due to school closings, there are many things that businesses need to consider when deciding if having their employees work remotely is possible, effective, and secure. What ...

Microsoft Teams vs. Skype for Business – Prepare for Skype’s End of Life

In addition to the quickly approaching Windows 7 End of Life date, it is time to prepare for the next Microsoft product that is set to retire: Skype for Business Online. Mark your calendars for the official end of life date of July 31st, 2021. Thankfully, the ability for business chat and conferencing is not going away with the end of this software. The “replacement” app, Microsoft Teams, has been out now for a ...


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