IT companies scramble to get virtual workplaces installed for clients

INCREASED DEMAND: Tony Folco is a sales manager at information-technology service company IT Support RI, which is now handling increased demand from clients who are taking their businesses remote. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
INCREASED DEMAND: Tony Folco is a sales manager at information-technology service company IT Support RI, which is now handling increased demand from clients who are taking their businesses remote. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
As companies across the state transition to remote work, information-technology service firms have been getting slammed with requests to set up the software, security and other technology required for employees to work from home. “A lot of our clients have disaster recovery plans, but not too many had a plan in place for something like…

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