Home Office: Tips to Set-Up Employees for Isolation
Does your company’s COVID-19 outbreak policy require you to get your employees to set up a home office? Get your team connected today.
With the current COVID-19 outbreak, employers are choosing to encourage employees to work from home to help prevent the spread of the virus.
To help employers to equip work from home employees, Powertec Telecommunications has put together a list of products help your business stay connected during a crisis.
Powertec is offering short to long term Cel-Fi PRO rental options for customers. You can choose either 3 to 24 month leasing periods to suit your needs.
A Cel-Fi PRO Smart Repeater is the ideal product to boost and distribute a 3G/4G mobile signal within your home or office. Supporting voice and mobile internet, dropped calls and slow internet are a thing of the past.
Cel-Fi PRO has a simple five minute set up and can provide up to 900 sqm of indoor mobile coverage, ensuring your home office always has a reliable signal for calls and data. It is a great tool to include as part of your employees’ COVID-19 isolation work from a home office.
Cellmate is a smart innovation by Powertec Telecommunications. It features a Cel-Fi GO, power supply and battery backup in a Pelican Case 1400 which is IP67 Watertight, crushproof and dustproof. Coupled with antennas and the Cel-Fi WAVE smartphone app, Cellmate is the ideal solution to resolve coverage challenges, in the harshest environments.
Cellmate will amplify the available LTE/HSPA mobile signal and increase your data speeds dramatically. Email, internet, video and social networking can achieve up to 4x improvement both indoor and outdoor. Cel-Fi technology also extends the battery life of your device to allow you to work, talk and play longer.
Launching 1 April 2020: Cellferno can provide users with super-fast internet speeds. The single box design contains multiple antennas and a built-in modem to capture the best possible signal indoor and outdoor.
Cellferno is available in two different models, M600 featuring Cat6 2×2 MIMO technology, capable of speeds up to 300Mbps and M1200 Cat12 4×2 MIMO technology, capable of speeds up to 600Mbps. All mobile operator bands are supported.
To get started with Cellferno, simply purchase the device and a compatible mobile data SIM card and start enjoying super-fast internet speeds!
Send Quick Two Factor Authentication
Current hygiene and health concerns related to the COVID-19 virus are forcing businesses across the globe to work from home where possible, or shut down completely.
Once you’ve set up your employees with reliable mobile and data coverage, the next step to consider is security. Read more about the benefits of two-factor authentication for remote employees.
Optus, Vodafone and Telstra will support customers with additional data as businesses and schools across the country transition to working remotely with the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Optus is offering eligible Postpaid mobile customers a one-off add-on of 20GB of data during April 2020. Eligible Prepaid customers that recharge with $40 or more during April will receive 10GB of extra data. Each offer can be activated through the My Optus App.
Vodafone customers will receive an extra 5G of data for postpaid and 3GB for prepaid. “That data will be added to all plans by Friday 27 March,” Vodafone said in a statement.
Telstra Postpaid customers can “apply for the extra data via our Telstra 24×7 and My Telstra Apps from Thursday until 31 March and the data will be available within 24 hours,” Penn said in a blog post. Prepaid customers “with an active recharge of $40+ can get 10GB of additional data to use in Australia within 28-30 days”, the telco said.
The Powertec team has pioneered some of the most innovative mobile and wireless broadband systems in Australia and New Zealand. We can deliver the only legal mobile signal booster solution for all Australian carriers.
Contact our Powertec team on (07) 5577 0500 or visit www.powertec.com.au for more information.
Article sources published 13 March 2020 www.itnews.com.au