With remote work implemented, processes, hardware, software and other elements come together in complex ways to keep a company’s engines running. This requires significant oversight on part of the IT teams. Devices and communication tools need to adhere to certification standards, and IT teams need to take into account an array of factors to ensure that privacy of employees and security of company data are not compromised. From an IT perspective, what are the changes that a remote work default brings compared to in-office workforces?
This whitepaper walks through a checklist specifically for IT teams to take note of when putting remote work communication protocols in place. The paper will go through the potential pitfalls that commonly arise, and also touch on employee experience issues that need to be taken into account.