Securing Organizational Assets with Remote Work Policies
We’re fortunate to live in a time during which enforcing remote work policies is not synonymous with a total halt in business continuity. With that said, these solutions hinge on expanding the use of technology: WebEx meeting rooms for conference calls, Microsoft Teams and Slack channels for real-time chat communications, recorded trainings, Google’s suite of products (i.e. Drive, Hangouts, etc.) for increased collaboration, and more. Without the right tech tools, policies, and procedures in place, telecommuting could affect a company’s efficiency and hinder business results in a year where experts are already projecting a slowdown in economic growth. As organizations across the globe increasingly ask staff to work from home, it’s important to keep in mind several best practices that will help avoid sacrificing your cyber hygiene in favor of employee productivity.
Chief Technology Officer, By Light
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