Remote Worker Enablement

Remote workers need reliable, secure environments to thrive

Today, businesses must take a proactive approach to remote worker enablement and leverage solutions that help remote workers thrive no matter where they are working.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations were already trending toward the work-from-home model. In fact, a 2019 report on the State of Remote Work concluded that ‘remote work is here to stay.” The pandemic of 2020 showed many businesses that not only is a remote worker model possible, but it’s also actually more beneficial in some cases.

Six Steps to Enabling Your Remote Workers

Telecommuting is no longer a choice for many workers. It’s a necessity. In fact, Upwork predicts 73% of all teams will have remote workers by 2028. And Gartner predicts that, by 2030, the demand for remote work will increase by 30%.

  • High-speed Internet

    Ensure your remote team has the bandwidth capabilities they need to support business voice, video calls, and collaboration tools.

  • Cloud Phone System

    Deploy a UCaaS solution that allows employees to leverage video conferencing, mobile apps, collaboration, and CRM integration.

  • Virtual Desktops

    Take advantage of desktop-as-a-service solutions that give workers access to workspaces while maintaining centralized control.

  • Cloud Contact Center

    Support clients better with remote contact center employees remotely and deploy a cloud-based contact center solution or help desk.

  • Secure Devices

    Provide the necessary, adequately secure mobile devices, softphones, desktops, or laptops for your remote workers.

  • Remote File Sharing

    Empower remote workers to be able to share, collaborate on, and store files in the cloud with Office 365, GSuite, and others.