Remote Work

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The Rise of Unified Communications And Collaboration Tools In The Covid-19 Era

As we are now well than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are continuing to adapt to ever-changing realities. Initially, adapting involved shuttering offices and canceling work-related travel and events. Today, however, COVID-induced changes are a bit more nuanced. In fact, large enterprises with advanced technology and work from home policies may notice little difference when comparing pre-pandemic operations to today’s.

How to Integrate SolarWinds Service Desk with Dameware Remote Everywhere

SolarWinds Service Desk and Dameware Remote Everywhere are our powerful, affordable, and scalable ITSM solutions designed to integrate to help IT pros streamline support from incident to resolution. By combining the power of Service Desk and Dameware Remote Everywhere, IT teams can streamline support, helping improve Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR), minimize employee downtime, and maximize the value IT delivers to the organization.
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Quick Demo: A Day in the Life of a Remote Knowledge Worker

Do you make it a habit of connecting to the free Wi-Fi network at the coffee shop, restaurant, hotel, airport or even in-flight on the airplane to save on your cellular data minutes? Watch this short 2-minute video to see what happens if you connect to a wireless network with a malicious cyber threat actor performing Man-in-The-Middle (MiTM) attacks to unsuspecting victims.

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No pants, no problem: Employees Report More Work Yet More Satisfaction in the Everywhere Workplace

“We want to work remotely.” That’s the major takeaway from Ivanti’s just-released survey on the Everywhere Workplace. Nearly 2,000 consumers across the U.S. and U.K. responded. While most of them were abruptly shifted into remote work due to circumstances outside their control – and those circumstances were scary and confusing – there has been a silver lining. They’re happier at home.

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Working from home: Remembering an unforgettable year

March 11, 2020. Does that date ring a bell? For many, it won’t soon be forgotten. It’s the day when many companies across the globe closed their doors to keep workers safe from the pandemic. ServiceNow employees were told, “Be safe and go home.” This marked the official beginning of our work-from-home experience, one that turned our work lives—and many personal lives—upside down.

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Four KPIs for Measuring Hybrid Worker Productivity

Beginning in September, Google employees will split their time at work, spending at least three days a week in the office and the remainder of the work week working from home. Microsoft and Ford have also signaled their intention to implement hybrid working models. Other, smaller businesses are sure to follow these examples. Spoiler alert: the future of work is hybrid.

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Remote work isn't going anywhere-have you addressed these cloud security risks?

It’s been over a year since enterprises around the world had to pivot and transition to work-from-home setups. While some employees are slowly trickling back into the office, majority of organizations have people working both onsite and offsite. This modern workforce has brought out an increasing reliance on cloud infrastructure, an essential tool for collaboration and business continuity. Technology like this isn’t without its risks though.

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Preventing your teams from burning out while working from home

In the past year of covid related working from home, we are increasingly seeing more burnouts in engineering teams worldwide. More and more devs are partially checked out and may not be putting their 100% in team activities (planning, grooming, code review, quality checks). In these testing times, we have found some of the ways to keep your team motivated.

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Supporting Remote Workers During a Pandemic

Working from home is no longer an option but a necessity. Millions of Americans are now part of this "work from home" experiment triggered by Covid-19. There may be no turning back as employees and businesses choose this new emerging model. Remote workers are likely here to stay. According to a Gartner 2020 survey, 82% of business leaders surveyed plan to allow their employees to work remotely for part of the time and half of them intend to allow their employees to work remotely in the future.