Microsoft has just released a very useful list of public online resources for supporting customers with remote working during COVID-19.
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As stated in our most recent blog post, Bridgeall would like to reassure all of our existing and new customers that a full Business Continuity and Incident Management Plan is in place to manage and prepare for the impact of coronavirus including the provision for a company-wide work from home scenario if necessary.
If your organisation needs to implement home working quickly, Bridgeall DaaS can deliver. Offering provisioning and ongoing support for best-in-class desktop virtualisation using Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) and Azure, Bridgeall DaaS (Desktop as a Service*) provides employees with full on-demand personalised access to their desktop environment – anytime, from anywhere, on any device – all within a totally secure environment.
Microsoft Resources Supporting Remote Working
Blog by Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365. Discusses Teams licensing changes to support customers through the pandemic.
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