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March 23, 2020

Covid-19: A message from Dan

2020: Zoom calls became the norm

During this tricky and uncertain time, I wanted to update our clients and our friends about our services, processes and precautions that we’re taking here at Blue Stag.

We’re working remotely

The Blue Stag team will be working remotely until further notice. Thankfully, we’re fully equipped with everything we need to do so. To continue working closely with our clients, we’re now using Google Hangout or phone for meetings and catch-ups.

We’re still committed to supporting our staff and being there for each other, to reinforce this, we have updated our Flexitime Policy during this time.

It’s business as usual

We’re full steam ahead with all of our projects. Todays technology means that we’re still able to operate effectively as individuals and as a team. All of our files are stored and shared on DropBox and we can access the tools and programmes we need online. The team Slack channel is a lot more active than usual and our daily conference call are keeping us all in the loop and on track.

You can still get in touch

You can still get in touch with us or any member of the team. We’re available via Slack, email or phone. Here are our company details if you need us:

Phone: 02920 090 505

Our support portal is still open

The Blue Stag Support Portal is still operational and our support team is still dealing with any and all support requests. If you have a support agreement with us then please continue to use this for any website updates or requests.

Website hosting

Our hosting providers, UKFast have implemented remote working for support teams where possible and all of their data centres will remain staffed and fully operational. They have robust business continuity measures in place so that service is in no way affected. Their uptimes, support response times and service agreement with us has not changed so if you host with us your website remains secure on our dedicated server.

We’ve still got your back

The coming months will be a tough time for many, so if there is any way we can help you, please let us know. Whether it’s a friendly face to have a cup of coffee with (over a Google Hangout), if you need to bounce some ideas around, or if you’d like us to help you with anything creative or digital, we’re here if you need us.

Your health is what matters so please take care of yourselves and each other ✌️


Dan Sargent

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