Date: Wednesday, 03 June 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Learn business process changes and strategies for maximizing a work from home model. By now, you've probably gotten your team working from home with some sort of computer setup, but are you doing everything you can to maximize your work from home model? With our Governor announcing that Washington State's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" orders are in place until further notice, this is no longer just a process about getting your people to work remotely, it's about making sure your team thrives and maximizes success to weather these uncertain timelines. If you know my background, you'd assume this would all be technical in nature, but most of the content is focused on business process changes and strategies for switching to a work from home model. For anyone who attends the webinar, I'll also be offering some free gifts for you and your staff to help keep security top of mind. This is critical as hackers are trying to take advantage of any holes that have been opened up to allow people to work remotely.

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During This Webinar You’ll Discover:

  • The 43 critical policies, procedures, and protections EVERY business must have in place NOW to successfully work from home during these distressing times.
  • As you’ve opened the doors to your business to work from home, make sure that you are not opening the doors to hackers as well.
  • The SHOCKING truth about what hackers do during a pandemic that most businesses don’t see coming until it’s too late.

Eugene Hastey began his IT career in 1999, as an executive trainer, later moving on to the University of Washington’s Network Operations Center, before becoming a Systems Engineer at Avanade, where he remotely trained technology consultants around the globe on how to deploy and migrate large companies to Microsoft server systems. He began missing a more direct connection with people and founded CG Tech Services in 2004; to provide small and medium businesses with reliable, friendly, & expert large business-style IT services. CG Tech Services has been a GSBA member since 2005, a finalist for GSBA's New Business Of The Year in 2006, and a finalist for GSBA's Business Of The Year in 2010. Eugene is a certified whitewater rafting guide, skier, dog lover, technology consultant, speaker, and published author of “Hassle-Free Computer Support”. 

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