Let’s Get To Work | Remote Work Experience E-book

Now that the emergency transition from office to home has passed, and new routines and workflows have been established to maintain productivity and business continuity, it’s time to take stock of the situation.

What happens next for organizations?

It’s certainly not an easy question. Business leaders worldwide are still trying to find the right answer, looking at various work scenarios, weighing the risk of digital friction, determining the impact on productivity, and carefully considering their options for moving forward.

But one thing has become clear: Remote work isn’t going anywhere.

This e-book focuses on the new reality of the “new normal” and a few key considerations that go along with it, including:

  • Factors that contribute to employee productivity
  • The emergence of the remote work experience
  • Technology challenges users and IT teams face with remote work
  • Possible solutions and strategies for digital friction and productivity roadblocks

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