Here’s how to enable your remote workforce in the new normal

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As working remotely becomes the new normal, there are numerous things that a company can do in order to make the transition as smooth as possible. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
As working remotely becomes the new normal, there are numerous things that a company can do in order to make the transition as smooth as possible. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images

The Covid-19 coronavirus has had a massive impact on the way businesses are operating but it will also affect the way in which they operate in future.Remote workforce enablement has been a huge challenge.

Companies have had to increase their bandwidth and offer alternative connectivity, provide laptops, and set up additional VPNs and security measures in order to facilitate a secure remote working environment that ensures business continuity.

Using the right tools and infrastructure, to enable multiple applications to support an efficient work-from-home environment, requires a skilled IT partner that can facilitate business operations, through the implementation and optimisation, of cloud-based infrastructure, services and solutions.

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