What Does a Company of the Future Look Like?
To say 2020 has brought about some major trials and challenges would be an understatement. The abruptness of COVID-19 has left many in somewhat of a pickle, forced to adjust with a lack of equipment and policies, insufficient VPN access, inadequate software, lack of cybersecurity measures, and other elements that normally would takes weeks (or months) to plan.
Will Work Be Remote Forever?
According to a Gallup poll, 50% of Americans who now work remotely said they want to continue doing so even after restrictions on business are lifted. A new study by Erik Brynjolfsson, at MIT, and five other economists, dig into the numbers on remote work. They conducted two major surveys in April and May, that coincided with the Gallup poll, and they find that about half of the entire American workforce is now remote, which is higher than previous estimates.
5 Ways to Implement a Secure Workflow for Remote Workers
Taking your company remote in a matter of days can be a challenge and choosing the right communication and collaboration tool is critical to business continuity. Below are 5 critical steps you should take today to implement a secure workflow for your remote workers:
Operating a Remote Workforce is No Longer Just a Remote Possibility
As the age of remote working is here, this offers unique opportunity for both your employees and the business. As traditional work arrangements evolve to include remote teams, companies can garner the best talent, regardless of their location, while also providing their clients with more comprehensive support coverage. This arrangement can enhance the lives of individuals that prefer or require a more flexible schedule, like parents, individuals with the inability to work during traditional hours, and those seeking to shorten their commute. This tipping point has deep and wide ramifications for organizations attempting to return to pre-COVID-19 productivity levels. The…