We’re big proponents of companies developing a concrete roadmap for technology rollouts. It helps them plan their budget several years out, make timely security updates, and stay ahead of the curve. But what happens when that roadmap is rapidly accelerated? Well, we’re living it right now—a lot of companies had at least floated the idea of transitioning to a more remote work-heavy structure… but over the next few years, not in a matter of weeks. But just because this change was forced upon us doesn’t mean it’s an unwelcome one.
We’ve learned just how adept our clients are at working away from the office. With cutting-edge communication apps like Slack, Microsoft Office, and Zoom, it’s easier than ever to stay in touch, wherever you’re checking in from. Now that companies have seen how productive their employees are when working elsewhere (results may vary), there’s a strong chance that some of these changes are here to stay. If your employees are just as effective working from home as they are in the office, why not make this change a permanent one?