Research from the ONS shows that 85% of working adults currently homeworking want to use a “hybrid” approach of both home and office working in future – with 24% of businesses intending to use increased homeworking going forwards.
As part of this shift, it’s key for businesses to remove the reliance on staff using their own devices and connecting or physically being in the office to access systems. Part and parcel of this also mean addressing data security concerns, reviewing legacy systems that typically require staff to be in the office or connected to the office network, and so on.
In this session Andrew Rigg explains how your business can improve access for staff and cover some of the options available to implement a remote and hybrid working solution, including Azure Virtual desktop, AWS Workspaces, Microsoft 365, and the new Windows 365:
- Overview of solutions available
- Productivity benefits
- Improved Data Security
- Business Continuity
- Access – How it’s accessed – Online / Offline working
- How to choose the right option for your business