Distributed Workforce Drives Endpoint Security Demand
Enterprise IT security leaders need to protect endpoint devices from cyber attacks. Moreover, they want to offer effective and secure remote access for employees who are now working from home. Besides, this demand will continue to grow as more organizations embrace flexible working models.
A Radical Shift in Office Work is Inevitable
“Should a business pay for a worker’s internet connection or their heating in the dead of winter? Grappling with such questions will not be easy. But governments and firms must seize the moment. The pandemic, for all its ill effects, offers a rare opportunity to rewire the world of work.“
How Connected Cars Support Flexible Working Trends
In recent years there have been changes in the market, with higher adoption of hybrid and fully electric cars which require more complex operational monitoring technology. Plus, with more people embracing remote and flexible working models, the car can become a mobile office with all the associated business requirements, including reliable broadband connectivity.
A Distributed Workforce is Much More Productive
If working from home eliminated an hour of commuting, without changing time spent on work, the result would be equivalent to a 13% increase in productivity. If only half the workforce achieved such a gain, it would be equivalent to a 6.5% increase in overall productivity. Just imagine.
Rethinking Work, the Workforce and Workplace
Can companies leverage the lessons of their COVID-19 crisis response and accelerate the future of work? That has been partly achieved already: the soaring stock market values of Big Tech companies reflects the speed of the pivot to virtual offices. — Now, learn how to rethink and thrive.
More Americans Resist a Return to Corp Offices
“Many businesses hoped to reopen their workplaces after Labor Day, but a new survey of managers and executives suggests a long, uncertain road ahead. 35 percent say the timing of when their companies will reopen the workplace is unknown.”
Study: Remote Workdays Have Doubled in America
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a surge in remote work. However, that surge is more apparent in the number of remote working days for U.S. telecommuters than in the number of workers moving from on-site to at-home work, according to Gallup.
Flexible Working: Trust, Freedom and New Leadership
“Working from home or teleworking during the pandemic has ushered in a new era of productivity, inclusiveness and connectedness. Six business leaders discuss what has changed in the way they communicate and the future use of the office space.”
Remote Work: Most Employee Preference in Europe
A Gallup study of remote work in France and the U.K. show a preference among employees to continue working from home, even when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted: 56% of British workers want to stay remote, as do 51% of French workers.
Where to Work: Savvy Tech Leaders Let Employees Choose
Technology executives are finding ways for their teams to collaborate and be productive as fully remote work persists during the pandemic. Rather than force people to work in an office, enlightened leaders will let their employees decide where to work.
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