UOTech.co Executives Shreena Bindra and Mike Maser Discuss how to Successfully Implement a Pandemic Policy

COVID19 has exposed structural weaknesses in the way organizations have prepared for disasters. Global supply chains have dried up, businesses have closed their doors, and staff have been left wondering what the future is like while we deal with this pandemic.

In this video, co.CEOs Michael Maser and Shreena Bindra discuss how organizations can build a robust Pandemic Policy, what core components need to be addressed, and some of the technologies that can help organizations globally survive the turbulent times ahead.

 

Shreena Bindra

Shreena Bindra

co.Founder at UOTech.co

Shreena Bindra has over 15 years of experience in leadership and entrepreneurship in the Environment, Social Policy, and Healthcare verticals. She is co.Founder and President of UOTech.co, an employee-owned and operated, IT Consulting, Managed Services, and Information Security company based out of Long Island, NY.
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Michael Maser

Michael Maser

co.Founder and CTO at UOTech.co

Michael Maser has over 18 years of experience in Information Technology Consulting and internal IT Leadership in the Distribution, Legal, and Healthcare verticals. He is the co.Founder and CTO of UOTech.co, an IT Consulting, Managed Services, and Information Security company based out of Plainview, NY.
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For more information please reach out:
(516) 500-7789
[email protected]

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