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Featured Speakers:
  • Theresa Noll,  Senior Telework Program Analyst, U.S. General Services Administration
  • Jon Friedman,  Director of Marketing, MaaS360
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    An InformationWeek WebCast:

    Pandemic Planning and Telework:
    Best Practices for Turning Office Workers into Home Workers

    Duration: 60 Minutes

    If the H1N1 pandemic or another emergency keeps your office-based employees at home, can you turn them into teleworkers and keep key business processes running?

    In this webcast we will look at best practices for implementing telework, both as a strategic long-term program, and as a rapid response to an emergency.

    Theresa Noll, Senior Telework Program Analyst with the U.S. General Services Administration, will discuss:

    • A case study: How the GSA has dramatically boosted participation in its telework program
    • Key policies and procedures for strong telework initiatives
    • Infrastructure components for telework.
    • Why a telework program is critical for pandemic plans

    Jon Friedman, Director of Marketing at MaaS360, will examine best practices for turning office workers into home and mobile workers in a crisis, including:

    • The inter-departmental planning needed to support employees remotely in the event of a crisis
    • Infrastructure, security and connectivity requirements for home and mobile work
    • Testing business continuity plans with a "work at home day"
    • How the MaaS360™ ICE ("In Case of Emergency") Service can position office workers to become mobile and home workers within 24 hours

    The webcast will also describe resources and web sites that you can use to plan for telework and emergency mobile work.


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