The covid-19 pandemic has meant that organisations’ have had to enable their employees to work from home where possible, in ways that keep their communications consistent and enable them to deliver their customer expectations.
This guide looks at not only how organisations can enable their staff with remote communications, but post-pandemic how you can keep your employees connected with a flexible working offering, supporting their job satisfaction, and increasing productivity.
Two-fifths (42%) of employees have found that home working helps them manage their time better; 38% cite better work-life balance; while 28% say home working makes family life easier to balance.
A snippet of what’s in this guide on remote communications.
As organisation’s look to either implement remote communication tools at speed or as part of a IT roadmap, what common challenges do organisations face and what security measures you need to consider as part of a specification?
What are the economic, environmental and societal advantages from remote working that employees benefit from when working remotely and supported by the right communications to keep them connected to their colleagues.
With so many different remote communication solutions varying from consumer to business-grade, what should you be considering when looking for a solution that’s best for your organisation, and requirements?
What technology supports remote communications, what are their different properties and how do they vary? This guide looks at the options in the market to give you the information you need to make the right communications selection for your organisation.