Tuesday August 11, 2020

Rewriting the rulebook on where and how people work

Transposing a workforce from office to home has accelerated the adoption of remote working tools and quite possibly changed the way businesses function forever. Ian Campbell reports

10th May, 2020
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For two decades, the tech industry has been trying to sell the idea of remote and home working, but businesses have often been wary of solutions that exposed them to more cyber threats

For two decades, the tech industry has been trying to sell the idea of remote and home working, but businesses have often been wary of solutions that exposed them to more cyber threats while struggling to replicate what employees could achieve in the office.

Technological advances in the last ten years, including better broadband, have made it more seamless and secure, but it has taken a pandemic to really drive adoption.

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