Nearly every industry today is considering how to transition to a hybrid workplace. The hybrid workplace is one in which some employees work in-office, some work from home or co-working spaces, some visit customer sites, and some mix any of these scenarios throughout the day or week. Hybrid work is only going to increase: by 2025, an estimated 70 percent of the workforce will be working remotely at least five days per month.1 Technology plays a prominent role in the success of hybrid work. It allows employees to stay at a high level of productivity while giving them the flexibility to work anywhere, increasing job satisfaction and employee retention. Remote-management solutions are available, but some provide more capabilities than others to address the challenges of the new workplace paradigm.