In most industries, employees and employers alike are benefiting from the advantages of remote work. Giving employees the option to work outside the office allows for increased flexibility and autonomy while also improving overall employee happiness, health, and productivity.
With these benefits in mind, some logistical requirements need to be put in place before deploying your workforce remotely to ensure success.
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Whether you’re transitioning your workforce to remote work for short-term business continuity strategy or as a long-term cultural and operational shift, security needs to be top of mind.
During vulnerable times of transition, experts predict that cyber criminals will increase attacks on end-users as much as 40%. Making educated, vital technology decisions during this time can be the difference between being at risk and being secure.
Without the proper software and tools in place, remote workers can feel isolated, which leads to a decrease in productivity. Having the right infrastructure in place allows departments to communicate and collaborate effectively.