Kirk has been in the Office Technology sector for 20 years working in the dealer world focused on supporting sales teams. Having worked for Manufacturers and dealers as well as his own entrepreneurial ventures, Kirk is dedicated to the development of people in the sales profession.
Outside of work Kirk has a wife and two children and enjoys being outside whether hunting or horseback riding.
This is one of the Common Google searches today. There is a perfect storm for those that are in the Cybercrime business. Workers have been sent home to work and in many cases, the business does not have the necessary infrastructure and tools in place to keep them safe.
Millions of Americans are faced with similar challenges now that workplaces are starting to bring back employees. As the doors are opening up, many people are understandably concerned about how safe it is to return to work during a pandemic and what steps have been taken to ensure their health is top of mind.
As the world continues to adapt to a new way of life, and rules and regulations for returning to work seem to change by the week, your business has likely thought of ways to keep your employees, visitors, and customers safe.
Everyone is scrambling to get people back in their office and to do so, it needs to be in a safe and sanitary way. The events of the last three months have changed our thinking around what were simple everyday processes that we may not have put too much thought into in the past.
One of the really cool things about what we do at Coordinated is that we get the opportunity to talk to so many different people about their business and how it is run. I have spent 25 or so years learning about how other people do business with the outcome of helping them be more effective, efficient, and profitable.
Since the beginning of this pandemic, millions of employees have transitioned their day-to-day operations from in-office to remote work. As many employees have been working from home in the past two months, many organizations are realizing the values of adapting to a remote workforce by having the right systems and procedures in place.