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The shift to remote working

Business-critical applications and data are the technological lifeblood running through any business. Whether it is communicating with customers, processing orders, or handling sensitive financial information, employees rely on ease-of-access to their desktops to do their jobs efficiently.

Not so long ago, a corporate desktop in an office was all you needed to quickly onboard employees, but as we move through an era of digital transformation, this is no longer the case. COVID-19 has opened the eyes of both business owners and employees across the globe, showcasing the need to include remote work as an integral part of their business continuity plan. 

Whilst most IT managers envision city-wide power outages, natural disasters and office-closing accidents when designing business continuity plans, today’s disruptions to business pose an entirely different threat. The pandemic has presented a much slower challenge of managing a domino-like effect of disruption, with the threat global rather than regional, and primarily centred around humans, rather than technology or the environment. 

What started as a temporary disruption from the pandemic is almost certainly becoming a permanent way of working for some, with the ability to step away from a traditional in-house desktop and continue business operations on-the-go no longer a nice-to-have, but an expectation. If you want to keep up with your industry’s growing productivity requirements, it’s time to evolve into a secure digital workspace.

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