We are beginning to see that the world is starting to "open" back up, with governments in several countries relaxing some measures, or at least beginning to talk about what happens next. While some governments are moving toward reopening business faster than others, we will continue to evaluate the situation and ensure our employees can safely return to worksites when measures allow.
Most importantly, our thoughts are with each of you who have been impacted by COVID-19 in your community, among your family, your friends and your colleagues.
We must continue to ensure our actions help reduce the spread of the virus, and based on the data available, we expect our virtual work-state to continue until at least 6th July, as we further evaluate data and coordinate the timing of a staged return to worksites.
We are updating our global transition plan for the return of our employees to worksites. The plan is based on a staggered and segmented approach, starting with those delivering critical services. It will include the careful reconfiguration and preparation of our facilities and segmentation of employees to help with social distancing.
As we work through our plans, Fixnetix continues to operate a 'business as usual' model with the previously advised restrictions at our shared third-party data centres remaining in place. Fixnetix do not anticipate any disruption to our service but in order to support all data centre providers, we kindly ask that you speak to our team at the earliest opportunity and appropriately schedule any non-critical work.
We continue to monitor the situation and will release further updates as appropriate. If you have any questions, please get in touch with myself or your regular point of contact at Fixnetix via their normal channels.
Chief Operations Officer and Director of Compliance