Business Continuity through Unexpected Events: Is Your Organization Prepared?  

Mar 4, 2020
Kelly Masters

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Kelly Masters is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for the VMware Workspace ONE platform, working with partners and customers across the globe to drive digital transformation. Kelly has a passion for technology, art of all kinds, and traveling. When she isn’t working, Kelly is likely practicing piano, writing, or exploring San Francisco.

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We all know life is unpredictable. Unplanned events such as natural disasters, severe weather, illness, and travel restrictions make it nearly impossible to continue “business as usual.” Is your organization prepared for a scenario in which traditional ways of working aren’t feasible for a considerable amount of time? Will you need to make tradeoffs between security and business continuity? If you’re considering or already deploying a digital workspace solution, you may be more prepared than you think.  

Through a modern digital workspace solution like VMware Workspace ONE, organizations can rapidly adapt to unexpected changes in the workplace at scale. By combining a cloud-based, zero trust platform Workspace ONE gives IT teams the ability to remotely deliver any app to any device, enabling workforces of all kinds to work from anywhere, instantly, while safeguarding sensitive information. 

Business Continuity Blogs

We will be rolling out a series of posts and resources around business continuity. Some of the topics we will cover include how to tackle the shift to remote-first, VMware IT best practices, zero trust security considerations, hybrid and multi-cloud VDI and apps, remote IT service, employee engagement and productivity during unplanned events, and more.

Here are the published blogs in the series:

Differences Between Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery: How VMware Horizon Can Help with Both

Workspace ONE Powers Critical Communications During Unexpected Events

11 Secrets for Successful “Remote-First” Working

Empowering a Remote Workforce for Business Continuity with Hybrid and Multi-Cloud VDI and Apps

What to Do If You Suddenly Have to Support 80% of Users Working Remotely

Keeping IT Security Front and Center When Planning for Business Continuity: Workspace ONE

How to Solve Near-Term Business Continuity Concerns with Horizon

The Most Important Piece of Business Continuity: Your People and Their Experiences

Achieve your Business Continuity Goals using Horizon Cloud on IBM Cloud

 

What’s Next?

Each day over the next few weeks, we will be rolling out a series of posts and resources around business continuity. We also hosted a business continuity webinar, Pandemic Preparedness and Response: How to Quickly Set Up a Remote Workforce for Success, that you can watch on-demand.

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