After Sandy, many office buildings in Lower Manhattan are still without power. NYC CoWorking Spaces has become workforce continuity sites for many businesses. Many Coworking Spaces have the infrastructure to support most of these Businesses from Midsize to Enterprise, since they are very technology savvy. At SoTechie Spaces a NYC Coworking Space, they have provided displace workers with VoIP Solutions with Power over Ethernet Switches, Online schedule conference rooms and fully redundant internet services.
On Friday, November 2, 2012, Jason Juliano, founder of SoTechie Spaces, quickly setup their NYC CoWorking Space for Workforce Continuity Services for Businesses and Entrepreneurs to Charge equipment, use the phone, connect to the internet and just grab coffee and chat with other CoWorking members. And many of these services were free for displace drop-ins. SoTechie Spaces has been very convenient via Mass Transit since it’s located in the heart of midtown New York next to Bryant Park.
Extra desk were ordered to accommodate new members and displaced workers. SoTechie NYC Spaces has even taken in donations for Sandy victims. Complete connectivity was made for coworkers systems, applications, telephones, and Internet.
Jason Juliano, commented today that “We’re happy to keep SoTechie Spaces open during this time of need. We even had a CoWorking Member stay the night on an air mattress, since he had could not go home to no power. We had over 40 coworkers come into the space the last few days to just charge up their equipment and themselves… I am a New Yorker, Born and raised, and will always help my fellow New Yorkers”