The COVID-19 pandemic has fast-tracked remote working like never before. Many companies have instructed their workforce to operate from home, and the abrupt departure from the physical office infrastructure has forced employers to fundamentally change how they communicate, collaborate, and engage with their workforce. This has caused an increase in demand for remote working tools, infrastructure support, security solutions, and more.

Many businesses have rushed to implemented processes and fulfil the demands of remote working, without considering best practice solutions. And for many, this new infrastructure isn't built to last. 

As lockdown begins to ease, businesses will need to re-evaluate their current IT framework, and decide whether their current setup can support the 'new normal' once lockdown ends, and beyond. 

Work from anywhere: It's time to act

Remote working is set to become a permanent part of everyday life, with many businesses planning to work remotely for the foreseeable future. 

However, before they do, businesses will need to assess their current IT infrastructure, and see if they have the technology, tools, software, and support to sustain remote working once lockdown lifts. Many companies will need to look for IT solutions that offer managed, scalable software solutions that will allow their business to work from anywhere as effectively as possible. 

In our new ebook, we explore how to get ahead with remote working, and the tools, software, and IT framework you need to succeed. Including industry insights, security guidance, and advice on how to approach the 'new normal' with confidence. 

What you'll learn: 

  • The benefits and challenges of remote working
  • How to assess and manage your current IT infrastructure
  • The IT framework, tools, and software you need to succeed
  • What you can do to remain secure when working from anywhere

Set your business up for success. Download your free copy of our ebook today. 
Your IT Framework After Lockdown: Remote Working, People, and Technology