More and more businesses are moving to a distributed team setting. Whether comprised of contract workers or salaried employees, your remote team needs extra support so that tasks are completed efficiently and on time. This includes robust cloud storage, file sharing, task management, and other collaboration and productivity tools.Read More
As technology improves, more and more employers are considering implementing a remote work option. This pressure is only heightened by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
By adding a remote team to your workforce, or by shifting your current office space to remote work, you benefit from reduced office expenses, increased productivity, improved employee morale, and an improved bottom line overall.
Unfortunately, transitioning to a remote workforce is not as straightforward as you would expect. While there are many benefits to telecommuting, it still takes time and effort to move away from the traditional office space to a remote work environment.
Well, we think it’s worth the effort.Read More
Whether your company has been transitioning to remote work or you have been rapidly forced to work remotely to limit exposure to COVID-19, then you are most likely well aware of the challenges that come with monitoring remote workers.
In a remote workplace, your team could be spread all over the country and trying to navigate home environments that are not conducive to work. Therefore, it’s important to implement remote worker monitoring software to keep all projects moving forward.
The recent shift toward remote work in the global and North American workforce has caused businesses, security analysts, and everyone to reconsider what a “workday” looks like. Now, businesses are focused on retaining ROI, uploading sensitive data to the cloud, and securing remote and personal networks.
If your business has not prepared for remote work, then there are a lot of ducks to line up in a row but the biggest, and most important, concern is data security.
With an increasing number of individuals moving to the global marketplace for work, it should come as no surprise that nearly 102 million people are estimated to work from home in 2020. However, with this shift away from the traditional office space comes a number of drastic changes.
Where businesses are seeing the financial rewards of remote workplaces, like decreases in operating and capital expenses (IDC, 2019), there comes an additional number of unknown factors. Some of these include the inability to regulate security as efficiently, and the de-unification of company trust and culture.Read More