Data#3 launches work from home solutions for customers in response to COVID-19

March 25, 2020; Brisbane, Australia: Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, today announced that it has launched its remote working solution to support customers as they rapidly deploy a work from home strategy in response to Federal and State Government announcement in relation to COVID-19.

In response to significant and immediate demand from our customers, Data#3 has taken steps to accelerate delivery of its remote working solutions and ensure customers’ remote working needs are met.

Data#3 Group Practice Manager, Graham Robinson, commented, “Customers are looking for confidence that the technology they’re rapidly deploying will be able to stand up and deliver outcomes in a quickly changing business environment. To achieve this, we’ve redeveloped our remote working solutions and our processes used to deliver these solutions. Our customers have asked us for urgent help both in deploying the technology and making use of it in the most productive way. Data#3’s accelerated approach ensures our collaboration solutions are deployed instantly while still meeting our customers’ needs; ensuring device compatibility, simplified operational management, and the support needed to empower first-time remote workers.”

Data#3 has extensive experience deploying technology from its strategic partners to deliver remote working solutions for customers. The company is working with corporate, government, health, and education customers to deploy collaboration solutions such as Microsoft Teams and Cisco Webex.

“We’re delivering proven solutions to our customers and have taken steps to ensure our new rapid approach to deployment delivers the outcomes our customers critically need. Our approach not only accelerates the adoption of technology to support our customers evolving operating models, but does so in a way which ensures security and regulatory requirements,” said Robinson.

Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham, commented, “We are in unprecedented times and Australia needs businesses to keep operating efficiently and effectively irrespective of their place of work. We need to keep Australians working and do our bit to stabilise the economy. As the leading Australian IT solution provider, Data#3 is in the prime position to help public sector and large commercial enterprises through these massive and immediate changes.”

“These are the solutions that our customers need from us now as they aggressively execute a work from home strategy. We have the skills and experience to transform the way organisations work and with the backing of world leading technology suppliers like Microsoft, Cisco and HP we are confident we can deliver a great outcome for our customers,” Baynham concluded.

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Read more on cybersecurity considerations for COVID-19 here.

Tags: Cloud, Mobility, Microsoft, Data#3, HP, Cisco, The Anywhere Workplace, Collaboration, Cybersecurity, The Anywhere Classroom, Remote Workers, COVID-19

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