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ImageQuest status update during COVID-19

COVID 19, ImageQuest status

ImageQuest is operating normally.

Update 7/1/20 – With metro Nashville-Davidson County implementing new mask policies, we have updated our own. We are still not encouraging visitors. If someone does need to visit our offices for business reasons, he or she must wear a mask. We have masks available if one is needed.

Our workspaces are now six feet apart, and we have rules regarding self-cleaning. We also have a professional cleaning process in place. We also require masks when six people or more are meeting in the same space. (Most of our employees continue to work remotely.)

ImageQuest, Work-from-Home, webinar

Update 5/20/20 – As businesses reopen, we are here to help owners assess their technology experience with Work From Home. While no one can predict the future, Remote Work looks to be here to stay.

We are offering a free Webinar which discusses the technology we used to help our clients successfully remain in operation during the pandemic restrictions.

Presented by our CEO, Milton Bartley, this webinar is designed to help you think about the future of your office space.

If you would like an invite to this Webinar, contact us.

UPDATE 3/23/20 – We’ve put  together a PDF on top tips for maintaining IT Security while working remotely. These are great tips to remember when working from home, or any time you log in to your company network from off site. Keep the opportunistic criminals out of your work network. Click on the link below to download the PDF.

download ImageQuest tips for IT Security for remote workers, work from home

2020 Work from Home SECURITY TIPS PDF

03/12/20: With new U.S. cases of COVID-19 found daily, we just want to let you know we are here for you.

We have employee health measures in place which allow our team to continue their work safely for you. Thanks to these measures, we can continue to support you and your company as expected so your organization remains productive in this challenging environment.

We are monitoring guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, found here.

Thank you for your support. We sincerely hope this pandemic is short-lived.