eBLVD.com Offers Free Remote Access Tool as Remedy for Swine Flu-Affected Businesses
CARLSBAD, Calif., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ — According to a survey released today by the Harvard School of Public Health, only a third of businesses said they could avoid severe operational problems if half of their workforce stayed home for two weeks because of H1N1 swine flu. Disease trackers expect flu cases to rise in the fall.
Marv Toyer, President of eBLVD.com, a Carlsbad, CA provider of web-based remote access tools is offering affected businesses a free two-week trial of any of its remote access products. “With the eBLVD Remote Desktop tool, employees staying home due to sickness or caring for a family member can now access their work PC desktop via the Internet as if they were sitting in front of it,” said Toyer. “Employees can retrieve their email, documents and company resources securely and trouble-free.”
The U.S. Federal Government’s National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza Implementation Plan recently highlighted the significant advantages of using telecommunications and broadband connectivity-related solutions to continue working remotely and avoid physical proximity, and therefore slow down any disease spread. Businesses need to start planning to adjust their operations to counter greater absenteeism and to slow the spread of H1N1 in the workplace.
Detailed information is available on eBLVD’s Web site at http://www.eBLVD.com/RemoteDesktop.
Founded in 2001, eBLVD is a privately held pioneer of simple and affordable web-based solutions resulting in efficient and cost-effective ways to meet, train, sell, support and market to remote customers, partners and employees. Harnessing the power of eBLVD, you can conduct real-time presentations, record it for later unattended broadcast, or pre-qualify participants via a customized registration site to maximize efficiency and close deals quickly.
Contact: Marv Toyer eBLVD.com marv@eBLVD.com Phone: 760.727.7277 x6366
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