Has the pandemic forced people to think of hybrid remote access? We are entering a new era of work. The recent shift to remote working has driven organizations to reimagine how businesses and teams operate. The path forward is the hybrid workplace.
Earlier this month, our marketing manager, Justine Shaffer, was on the This Week in Enterprise Tech (TWiT) podcast. In this episode, she discussed the hybrid work models and networks, while also discussing how to secure remote workers.
In many ways, the Covid-19 pandemic has only accelerated the trend toward a hybrid workforce. Now that we know many of these changes are permanent, companies can take steps toward ensuring a smooth and effective transition. However, presently, a lot of remote workers have mixed perceptions about working outside of the office. Corporations also have mixed views on remote or hybrid working, in regards to how it affects their team, productivity, and profit.
Building a hybrid solution for your business may sound harder than it really is. With the correct tools and equipment, the transition can be pain-free.
As technology continues to advance and companies realize that their employees do not need to work from the office, most businesses are considering remote workforces. However, creating a hybrid workforce or going fully remote can be a challenging task.
Creating a hybrid workforce or going fully remote can be challenging due to the technological gaps that exist, as well as the company culture which may affect the transition. Here, we answer all the questions you may have about going remote or creating a hybrid workforce, along with securing those users.
Watch our full feature on remote work security now, here on the TWiT website.