Is your business capable of supporting the ever-growing number of businesses that are migrating their workforce from in-house to at home? If not, you better start thinking about it. And if you already are, you need to get better at it.
Why? Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 56% of the U.S. workforce currently holds a job that is compatible with remote work. Furthermore, those who were working remotely before the COVID-19 pandemic will increase their frequency after they can return to their offices. When the dust settles, Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 25-30% of the workforce will be working at home on a multiple-days-a-week basis by the end of 2021.
Because of this, VARs need to stand by and be ready, because so many clients — and potential clients — responded to the rush to let their employees work from home by loosening their digital security standards. That fateful decision has left them facing numerous security, productivity, and operational problems.
This e-book includes tips and advice to help you with whatever remote-work problems your clients are dealing with. So take a look and get busy helping your clients solve their problems and grow your business in the process.