According to a recent survey, a majority of business CFOs have indicated that their organizations will most likely continue with remote work initiatives after the pandemic concludes – it’s more cost-effective and more convenient. Is your business prepared for this new normal?
Ever since the Internet was adopted worldwide, remote work has been a possibility. A reliable phone line, a well-maintained business email account, and remote access to business data mean that an employee could be anywhere with an Internet connection and still get their work done.
But, for most of the professional world, remote work hasn’t been seriously considered until now. This global crisis has forced businesses to send their employees home and figure out how to keep them productive while they’re there.
According to 317 CFOs recently surveyed by Gartner, the business world may not change back when the pandemic is over:
What Benefits Does A Remote Work Model Offer?
Like all remote models supported by the cloud, hosting your data remotely and having your staff access it remotely delivers a number of key advantages when compared to the conventional in-office working model.
If remote work is this popular and this cost-effective, why has it taken a crisis of this magnitude to reveal its potential?
Key Obstacles To Overcome With Remote Work
Only time will tell how many businesses continue with a remote work model in some form once the pandemic concludes. If nothing else, this has been a valuable opportunity to test the potential of the remote work for businesses that never would have otherwise.
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