Webinar: How to ensure business continuity in emergencies

by Paul Fanning

An upcoming webinar will explore how engineering businesses can prepare for the future, while ensuring things still run smoothly today.

Business continuity can be a challenge when virus breakouts, natural disasters or political upheaval lead to travel bans. While protecting the health of employees and mitigating the risk of spreading the virus are vital, businesses must continue to function and minimise disruption in productivity.

The Coronavirus pandemic, has brought the need for action on this into sharp focus. The outbreak is impacting people and businesses across the globe, making “work from home” the new norm for many.

Many industries such as engineering, manufacturing, life sciences, and financial services rely heavily on graphics-intensive applications that reside on office workstations or servers normally accessed within a local or wide area network. Not being able to access these systems could have a significant impact on business continuity. A good cloud remote access strategy can help companies to achieve business continuity and maintain productivity in challenging times.

OpenText™ Exceed™ TurboX allows users to remotely access mission-critical applications without getting on a plane or even going into the office. Exceed TurboX offers blazing fast remote access with unmatched security and stability to even the most graphically demanding and content-sensitive Windows and Linux applications with nothing more than a laptop and a browser. Exceed TurboX will help you keep your Engineering workforce active and provide business continuity during virus outbreaks or natural disasters. Most importantly, users can continue to collaborate with remote users using supercharged screen sharing and even the ability to pass control back and forth enabling real-time collaboration.

Made In Ireland's sister publication, Eureka!, is hosting a webinar with OpenText exploring this on 22 April at 3pm BST. Register your interest at https://view6.workcast.net/register?cpak=8680612933626012&referrer=EU

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