Remote work: the new normal
The pandemic forced many companies to scramble for a remote solution for their employees in a short time. Some may even be longing for the time that we can all 'return to normal.'
But study after study outlines how beneficial a remote workforce is as a work-as-usual policy: a remote workforce should be enterprise's 'new normal.'
Benefits of a remote workforce
The benefits of allowing employees to work from home are well established: Employees, by and large, are more productive at home and report higher job satisfaction than those without the option. A remote workforce saves enterprise costs in physical office expenses, and makes a company more competitive globally by expanding their reach for the most qualified candidates and by providing a benefit that is highly valued by in-demand, highly-skilled workers.
Enterprise that embraces this change as permanent will reap the benefits for years to come with a stable, flexible, and global around-the-clock workforce.
How to set up a remote workforce infrastructure in your organization
How do you keep remote employees safe, productive and happy while also securing company data?
Jamf, the standard in Apple Enterprise Management, has created a step-by-step guide for making this change in a secure, productive and effective manner from ensuring cloud infrastructure and fast and secure Wi-Fi to device and software management and the all-important setup of security protocols with SSO, two-factor authentication, and robust, proactive endpoint protection.
Learn how to create a stable, secure remote workforce today.
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