Tech Rage IT Releases Hurricane Preparedness Guide for Businesses

Winter Springs, Fla., May 21, 2020 – Businesses in Central Florida are used to the routine of preparing for a hurricane strike after several close calls the past few years.

But, are you positive you’re ready for the big storm, particularly with so many people working remotely?

Tech Rage IT is here to help you.

With hurricane season starting June 1, Tech Rage IT has released its Hurricane Preparedness Guide for Businesses: An Information Technology Plan, with a special focus on remote working.

“The surge of remote workers due to COVID-19, requires businesses to prepare in a different way,” says Matt Rose, director of technology services. “An organization’s business continuity plan should include remote workforce and teleworking for an extended period of time.”

The guide highlights how to prepare before, during and after unexpected or catastrophic events to maintain businesses continuity.

Here is a sample of what’s included:

  • Consider the essential resources your key remote workforce may need to continue business operations: power generators, portable charging stations, mobile WiFi hotspots, and phone landlines (in the event of mobile phone outages).
  • Identify potential co-working or off-site locations to perform essential tasks. Plan for closed roads, communications, data connectivity, desktops or laptops and workspace at those sites.
  • Redirect business phones to a softphone application to make VoIP calls directly over computers, tablets or smartphones.

Click here to download your guide or visit to learn more.

Tech Rage IT was founded in 2015 to help businesses ride a new wave of technology subscription services, provide a fresh take on user experience and disrupt the outdated way of doing IT. More importantly, their forward-thinking solutions help companies navigate the complex and ever-changing IT landscape at transparent and flat pricing, that they are bold enough to make available on their website.

Tech Rage IT’s registered tagline “We Prevent Tech Rage” speaks to their laser focus of being a recognized leader in reducing the raging-headaches that employers and their employees face every single day due to technology problems, such as inconsistent or high IT support costs, unreliable or outdated technology, faulty or slow devices, and ransomware or lost files.

The UCF Business Incubator Client company all facets of IT found here and specifically focuses on:

  • Managed IT
  • Managed voice systems
  • Project management and consulting
  • Government contracting

For more information, please contact:

For Tech Rage IT: Erica Martinez-Rose, 407-278-5664 ext. 102,

For the UCF Business Incubation Program: Rafael Caamano, 407-408-4297 or Alan Byrd, Alan Byrd & Associates, 407-415-8470,

About Tech Rage IT: Tech Rage IT is a woman-owned technology firm providing managed services and IT consulting to the frustrated, defeated and disappointed businesses craving more from their technology investment. Tech Rage IT, headquartered in Winter Springs, has been serving the area since 2015.  Find more information about how Tech Rage IT is preventing Tech Rage at

About the UCF Business Incubation Program: The University of Central Florida Business Incubation Program is a community resource that provides early-stage companies with the tools, training and infrastructure to become financially stable, high growth/impact enterprises. Since 1999, this award-winning program has helped over 390 local startup companies reach their potential faster by providing vital business development resources.

With seven facilities throughout the region, the UCF Business Incubation Program is an economic development partnership between the University of Central Florida, the Corridor, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia counties, and the cities of Apopka, Kissimmee, Orlando and Winter Springs. For the 2016/17 and 2017 /18 fiscal years, the activities of these participating firms have helped sustain more than 6,275 local jobs and have had a cumulative impact of more than $888 million on regional GDP and more than $1.59 billion on regional sales. During the same period, the program has returned $12.03 for every $1 invested in the program. For more information, visit