Rather than taking advantage of the Day Zero crisis, companies should assist by providing affordable solutions.
This is the word from Alto Africa, which has challenged other companies to step up and “do the right thing” by helping others.
In an effort to support local businesses in this time of need, Alto Africa is offering free setup fees to assist SME’s to work remotely.
This can be done with Cloudbox, a solution that is designed for SME’s looking to simplify their IT. It incorporates all essential IT services for teams to collaborate from anywhere, including hosted telephony and simple fast internet.
Alto Africa cief technology officer Oliver Potgieter says Capetonians will have to pull together like never before. “If businesses in Cape Town are going to survive 2018, they will have to implement solutions that will enable staff to work remotely as a team.
“We need to do everything we can to avoid Day Zero, but at the same time responsible businesses need to prepare for the worst. Businesses and schools that don’t have an independent and proven safe supply of drinking and sanitation water will have to close their offices and will need a solution like Cloudbox to continue operating.
“Cloudbox is the ideal solution for SMEs wanting to survive this catastrophe. As business owners, we know how critical IT solutions are so we’ve decided to waive all setup and migration fees for new Cloudbox customers based in Cape Town,” he adds.