Remote working has become the norm for businesses of all sizes during these trying times. Over the past few weeks we’ve seen an unprecedented rise in remote workers never seen in the business world before. Even organisations who have been shy to remote working are now adapting their strategies to enable employees, if able, to log on from home on a greater scale.

Working from home isn’t a new concept, especially for smaller businesses who are leading the charge with workplace transformation and achieving unparalleled mobility. As millions follow government advice to stay home, we’re seeing a surge in conversations around the advantages of mobile and remote working for businesses and employees alike, and whether this somewhat unplanned experiment will be the future of work. However, what’s certain is that this rise of remote workers doesn’t come without its challenges – from having the right employee technology in place to remote-access network capacity and, unsurprisingly, security concerns.



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