We all know the pandemic has changed the way we work. Many offices have been closed for over six months, and companies have had to adapt and change. It is reasonable to expect we will not just return to the “old ways” of doing things. To the contrary, most experts believe that the pandemic has accelerated the pace of digital transformation which has helped to streamline processes to promote cost savings at a time when companies need it the most.
The spread of the novel corona virus has changed life throughout the world. While public interactions have been mostly shut down, digital interactions are becoming a bigger part of our personal and work life.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced businesses to change their work practices in a variety of ways. With more people working from home, many companies took advantages of promotions for cloud computing.
Many companies took advantage of promotions thinking working from home was a short- term necessity and they would quickly return to the office and back to normal.
It always amazes me how the IT world is constantly changing. A change that is rapidly happening is the move to a digital workplace or Desktop as a Service (DaaS) and away from physical desktops and laptops. Digital workspaces address the needs of your company. its Information Technology (IT), and your end users.
Unique challenges require creative solutions. Office2Home is a business continuity offering for companies who need short term package for remote access to their on-premise business management systems in the cloud due to the current global pandemic.
On January 11, 2020 I published an article on LinkedIn on the 3 Reasons to Partner with a Leading Software Company. This third blog on the subject os focused on Leadership.
With The rise of the COVID-19 Pandemic, more of us will be working from home. Telecommuting is different that working in an office situation, and with the economic impacts of school and business closings, it will be more important than ever to work as a team to support your coworkers to be cognizant and meet customer and project deadlines. Now more than ever customer service and responsiveness will be critical to business success as most experts believe a recession is likely.