11AM PT, 2PM ET
From pandemics and wildfires to hurricanes and other natural disasters, governments face a broad range of threats that can derail their ability to provide citizens with the services they need. Even mundane events, such as planned IT maintenance and office relocations, can disrupt operations and lead to losses in productivity. But with the right policies and tools in place, governments can continue to provide uninterrupted services, even during a crisis.
Join us April 9th at 11 am PT/2 pm ET, for a discussion of the management approaches and key tech innovations that can give agencies the flexibility they need to weather the storm and stay prepared for years to come.
Participants will learn:
- How to act quickly when a crisis threatens service continuity, including how to set up telework solutions in as little as one day.
- How the spread of COVID-19 has already reshaped the need for agencies to provide remote solutions and other responses.
- How cloud-based resources and a secure digital workspace can enable seamless business continuity for governments.
- How investments made now can also provide future improvements in employee engagement, citizen satisfaction and other long-term benefits.