2 Credits: Information Technology
‘Going virtual” has evolved beyond anywhere, anytime, any device access to full-service remote support. There are a wide variety of tools that help us work virtually. In this session you will learn about many of them, including multi-factor authentication, hosting, VOIP telephony, video conferencing, document management systems, portals, Microsoft Bookings/Teams/TimeTrade, and employee portals.
The goal, of course, is to have all team members effectively work wherever they are with a full complement of tools. Attend this session to learn the best ways to make these technologies work and how your business can execute a virtual employee strategy.
Upon completing this session, you should be able to:
•List major hardware and software trends and identify their importance as it relates to working remotely
•Illustrate how remote integrations are changing the landscape of the workplace
•Identify major updates, strategies, and opportunities emanating from leading providers of technology
•Differentiate between the remote security risks and implement practical solutions to mitigate these risks
•Assess the potential impact of implementing a virtual work environment to improve productivity
•Identify leading remote tools available today and the importance of facilitating remote work in your organization
March 17, 2020
Fundamental knowledge of computer applications
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Meet The Experts
Randolph P. (Randy) Johnston is a nationally recognized educator, consultant, and writer with over 30 years’ experience in strategic technology planning, accounting software selection, paperless systems, systems and network integration, business continuity and disaster recovery planning, business development and management, process engineering and outsourced managed services. A consultant for high profile technology vendors, Randy delivers national seminars to CPAs, business groups, and IT leaders on technologies in accounting, healthcare, and banking. He also creates articles on over 30 technology topics including CPA firm technology, cloud technology, business continuity, accounting software, and business strategies leveraging technology. Accounting Today listed Randy as one …