More than 80% of the US workforce is working from home since the start of the pandemic. And now business organizations must likewise grapple with the challenges brought by remote operations.
For some of us, working from home is a blessing in disguise. We traded the nosy eyes of our coworkers and superiors for the peace and quiet of our home. But what about the organizations that weren't ready for remote work? What did the pandemic cause in our bosses, accustomed to watch us every day?
It is key that remote workers separate their work/personal digital environments, and take protective measures to avoid an attack results in a chaotic domino effect that puts company and personal data at risk.
Having an office space that is healthy, cool and comfortable is no easy task. Here are some tips to have the best place to work remotely.
A forced transition to remote work has made us question whether we will still work from cubicles and bullpens or take a new leap: working from home.
Learn how to troubleshoot most computer issues and don't bother calling your office's IT for support, unless it's really necessary.
To ensure a switch to remote work is healthy in the long-run, you need to prepare for the communication problems your team will face with it! It's all about visibility, expectations, and staying in touch.
The recent outbreak is becoming a nightmare for IT managers and sysadmins. Is your organization ready for the technical complexity of remote work?