How we’re helping businesses stay connected during the COVID-19 crisis

31 March 2020


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We’re living in a time of unprecedented disruption – to our families, to our communities and to our businesses. But here at GO Business, we’re working hard to help minimise that disruption.

We’re already rolling out free bundles of data and minutes to the frontline workers who are striving tirelessly to keep us all safe and well. And during this period of great uncertainty, our teams remain focused on continuing to deliver the stable broadband connectivity that public services and businesses rely on to keep running.

Reliable connectivity is more important than ever, with so many of people now working remotely. That’s why we’re offering proactive assistance to our customers, including working with businesses that don’t have their own IT teams to set up the systems they need to enable their people to work remotely.

Whether it’s creating a VPN to help keep sensitive data secure while working remotely, or deploying collaboration solutions, so people can access their business phone line from any device – we’re implementing systems that will minimise disruption to day-to-day operations.

We’ve been helping Malta’s health authorities improve their connectivity setups at numerous locations, so they can continue to support our communities. We’ve provided vital connectivity assistance to major banks, large contact centres, medical clinics, and all kinds of critical and non-critical businesses. And we’re here to help your business, too.

We’re here to advise and support you
It’s not just our connectivity solutions that are supporting businesses through this crisis. Our team of highly experienced technical experts are ready to help businesses manage the IT systems and infrastructure their people depend on to do their jobs.

If you need support to help your people stay connected – to each other, to your data and services, and to your customers and suppliers – please get in touch and we’ll do everything we can to help. In the meantime, stay home, stay safe and stay well.