We Ensure a Safe and Productive Remote Workforce

PC Professional is the go-to consultant for small businesses who wish to migrate to a remote workforce. With increased productivity, greater, employee retention, increased savings, work-life balance, and greater access to more talent, it's obvious why businesses everywhere are turning to a fully or partially remote work environment. Below are the services and precautions we provide to ensure you are prepared to successfully make the leap or enhance your current remote model. 

PC Professional's Remote Workforce Checklist

Automatic Wi-Fi Security

Pro-actively protect employees by automatically routing them to a secure server if their connection is vulnerable. 

Cloud Friendly

Enable remote employees to run applications and tasks within any cloud-hosted SaaS or local environment. 

Encryption

At every possible point, we will encrypt your communication, rendering your data into an unreadable code indecipherable by hackers without an encryption key.

Remote Access VPN

We can establish a safe network for your remote employees by using a Virtual Private Network, which provides a secure encryption tunnel between Wi-Fi and any connected device. 

Remote Desktop

Connect to a specific computer from home as if you are sitting in front of it. Despite where you are, your workflow won't be interrupted. 

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Ensure authorized access to your network by requiring at least 2 pieces of authentication credentials. 

 Use Your Own Device Safely

Avoid the cost of paying for employee laptops while increasing productivity.

Our mobile device management (MDM) administers network safety between mobile devices deployed across multiple service providers and operating systems used within an organization for cell phones, tablets, laptops, and other personal computers.

Single Sign-On (SSO)

SSO is friendly to businesses with multiple software systems and distributed workforces. It's authentication process requires a user to login once to gain access to several software systems without needing to re-enter credentials each time a new application is used. 

Zero Trust Access

The Zero Trust Model assumes that anyone within the private network perimeter should not be automatically trusted and requires identity verification before receiving access.