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COVID-19 Recommendations and Alleviation Program For Customers

10 mins read
written by
Dhoof Mohamed

Many of our customers, both locally and remotely, are experiencing many difficulties for the past several weeks during the coronavirus outbreak. Cities and states across the U.S. are already taking several precautions to reduce the spread of the coronavirus by shutting down public gatherings, restricting business hours and more. There have already been more than 20 confirmed cases of the coronavirus here in San Diego where Skyriver is located. It’s important to stay vigilant and take the necessary precautions to protect your customers, employees and families from spreading the virus. Some recommendations for operating your business during this outbreak include:

  • Encourage and facilitate remote work: Setting up your contingency plans for your staff to accommodate remote work should be one of the first tasks businesses should do. It may take a few days to a week to get back into the your workflows, but adjusting to remote work will help your business be productive for the remainder of the coronavirus’ spread
  • Educate employees about respiratory etiquette: Although many employees are familiar with ways the coronavirus can spread, sending an internal email to all your teams can be a good reminder for your staff to practice good respiratory etiquette that can prevent the virus’ spread. Some etiquettes include washing your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap, keeping your hands from touching your face and sneezing into your elbow.
  • Prepare for absences: One of the least talked about aspects of dealing with the coronavirus is recovering from the virus or taking care of family members with advanced symptoms. The people who are most affected by the coronavirus are those who already have underlying health issues and the elderly. If an employee’s family member were to test positive for the coronavirus, your business should have a plan that can accommodate the employee’s absence or limited capacity to work.

For more business guidelines on the coronavirus, check out the CDC’s recommendations here.

What is Skyriver IT doing to help customers during the COVID-19 outbreak?

Skyriver IT is taking leadership initiatives to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus. The safety of our customers and employees is the main focus during this time. During the next several months, Skyriver IT will continue to provide remote computing services for customers to ensure their business operations are not halted. Skyriver IT is available to help any customer with their disaster preparedness/recovery plan to protect their business during the remainder of the coronavirus’ spread. Disaster preparedness and recovery will help mitigate any losses, protect your business’ reputation and allow your business to hit the ground running when normal business resumes.

Additionally, Skyriver IT is providing flexible pricing for customers during this time of economic uncertainty. For new customers, there will be no onboarding fees and installment billing is available to all Skyriver IT customers. If you’d like to learn more about how Skyriver IT can help your business during the coronavirus outbreak, talk to a representative here.

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