Remote work is increasing every day. Due to COVID-19 and social distancing mandates, employers have had to react fast to transition to a remote workforce. According to a recent study by Gallup, the number of Americans working remote has doubled since mid-March to 62%. However, this quick transition to a remote workforce has not come without its challenges. Most organizations don’t have the technology infrastructure …
Video conferencing has gone through considerable advances in recent years, contributing to more affordable, quality solutions.
Telework advocates continue to hail the benefits of allowing some staff members to work from home, which reduces employers’ spending while increasing convenience for employees.
Telework has transitioned from an ideal dream to a reality, mainly as a result of unified communications (UC) and collaboration technologies that enable remote workers to be more connected and productive.
Experts are predicting that as mobile, social and cloud technologies transform the communications infrastructure, the Chief information Officer (CIO) will more proactively seek unified communications (UC) technologies to ensure a seamless collaborative experience, regardless of BYOD and remote work.
An increasingly mobile, distributed workforce has caused more businesses across all sectors to deploy unified communications (UC) tools to ensure that employees remain connected and engaged.
Despite any corporate doubts about the effectiveness of telework, many organizations are fiercely defending these policies as a result of the wide range of inherent cost-effective and time-saving benefits.
Many enterprises have embraced telework initiatives in order to gain agility and flexibility while also securing top talent that may be remotely located.
Enterprise communications have gone through an ongoing revolution with the proliferation of unified communications (UC), which has unlocked unforeseen potential for collaboration.
Telework can allow organizations in all industries to significantly reduce costs while securing new remote talent and boosting employee satisfaction.
Videoconferencing has demonstrated rapid growth as a solution for collaboration and productivity, especially as enterprises look to establish more effective telework programs and conduct more quality meetings in remote locations.
The support for telework is steadily rising as research has revealed that participants are able to balance work and home life more effectively.
Unified communications will be the key to supporting enterprise flexibility and mobility by enabling improved real-time communications on a centralized, convenient interface.
Remote work initiatives come with considerable challenges to maintaining effective communications among colleagues, demanding new strategies and solutions.
Enterprises that implement telework policies have been able to significantly cut real estate costs due to a reduced need for office space.
Advocates are saying that telework can improve employee satisfaction and performance, while saving money and environmental waste for employers.
Due to globalization and ever-increasing technologies, talent management has become a more complicated process for enterprises that struggle to manage remote applicants and workers.
Businesses have rapidly embraced bring-your-own-device policies, which has allowed employees to more conveniently use technologies of their choosing, and provides greater accessibility in telework situations.
In light of Telework Week, experts are emphasizing the advantages of remote working with the support of unified communications (UC) technologies.
Enterprises can gain a significant advantage with telework opportunities, which pose benefits to both remote workers and employees while offering new recruiting opportunities.