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  • Writer's pictureBurton Kelso, Tech Expert

How to Run Your Small Business Remotely During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Updated: Feb 21, 2021

Social Distancing has affected solo and small businesses globally. A few weeks ago, many of us were on the go. Punching in a time clock, dropping into customer locations to say hi, and hanging out in coffee shops to work and collaborate. All of that has ground to a halt which leaves many businesses scrambling to figure out how to stay in business. Fortunately, we live in the digital age and the Internet offers a lot when it comes to keeping your business operational, allowing you and your employees to work remotely, and keeping in contact with customers and connections. Wondering how you can use the Internet to work remotely? Here is my list of tips to help you and your business keep the cash flow coming in.

1. Make sure you can roll out a mobile workforce. It's easy to say that you want to have you and your workforce work remotely, but can you actually achieve it? The most important tool that you need to have at your disposal is high-speed Internet. What is high-speed Internet? Well, high-speed internet is an internet service that offers download speeds 25 Mbps (Megabits Per Second) or higher. Do you or your workforce currently have those speeds? To find out, visit Ook