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5 ways to increase efficiency and satisfaction while working remotely

A considerable percentage of the American workforce currently works from home. And due to the many benefits it presents, remote work is quickly replacing the traditional physical workplace. But without the right preparation, working with remote employees can be challenging and even risky.

Securing your devices while working from home

Many companies allow remote working, but they often neglect the most important thing: device security. The problem? If you don't protect your devices when working remotely, you risk serious data breaches. So, here's why security matters and how to write an effective remote security policy.
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Our 3 favorite communication platforms for remote working

With more people working remotely than ever before, communication platforms have become essential tools. Our favorite communication platforms, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Apple’s FaceTime are great for keeping teams connected and maintaining high levels of productivity.
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A security framework for remote working

Have you made the necessary security preparations to facilitate a smooth transition from an on-site workplace to remote working? Security is a priority concern when collaborating with remote employees, considering that you have limited control over critical security details.
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5 features your remote working solution should have

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses everywhere are forced to operate remotely. This poses risks because employees will be using unsecured wifi and devices which hackers can easily access. Your company data could be on the line and you need to take the necessary steps to protect it.