When it comes to IT, disruption is just another day at the office. From fending off
cyberattacks to incorporating leading-edge technologies, today’s organizations no
longer experience “business as usual.”
However, even a department built on disruption may not have been prepared for
everything the world has recently gone through. Almost overnight, organizations big
and small had to enact work-and-learn-from-home policies, rethink their business
continuity strategies and reinvent their operational models to keep their business
running. These organizations turned to their IT teams to make it all happen.
Millions of employees are now working remotely who weren’t before. With their desktop
PCs still stuck at the office in some cases, employees may also be using their home
devices to connect to the corporate network and get work done. Even as the “new
normal” is established, many of these workers and their businesses will prefer the
flexibility of working from anywhere moving forward.