datahaze wrote:Certainly also seeing a dip in sales here in a pretty active outbreak area of the US, expecting a "all non-essential businesses to close" order to come down the pipes soon. I got an e-mail from drivesavers saying they are now offering free faster turnaround on cases, indicating to me they are probably seeing a slowdown too. It's hard to invest in the future in the form of paying for data recovery when things seem so precarious. With so much of the economy shutting down, we have a lot less businesses with data that is going to need recovery as well. Many of the computer and IT shops we normally get drives from have slowed or stopped business entirely.
Hope you all are staying safe and staying away from people as much as you can, this appears to be a new normal at least for a while and it's all of our responsibility to help flatten the curve as they say.
lcoughey wrote:Source of the post And, I've had some quoted clients who want to wait and see how things pan out over the next few weeks before making a decision on the work with us.
pclab wrote:Yesterday it was decided here, that computer and tech stores are important and are obliged to be open, so I can go to work.
But the problem will be to get customers. Let's wait and see.
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