Since March 2020, the working world has been forced to find new ways to collaborate and communicate. Businesses are now dependent on digital communications, however as part of this process, we’ve become more digitally distracted.
Now, more than ever, there’s no time for distraction or error when it comes to your business’ digital posture. Providing remote access to corporate resources in a ways that maintains what would typically be an ‘on-site’ experience for employees is critical to the continuity of your business.
Ensuring a seamless end-user transition is heavily reliant on consistent and reliable IT security. Deploying and managing security solutions to remote locations where there are little to no IT staff can put a strain on your existing IT infrastructure.
As a result, businesses are thinking differently about how employees maintain connection, productivity and security, whilst also maintaining visibility across each remote site to ensure your organisation is secure.
1. Flexible working environments are becoming expected
2. Personal devices are becoming increasingly more common in the working environment, either for work or personal usage
3. Direct-access cloud applications circumvent the traditional network protection
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