Remote work has been gaining popularity across businesses of all sizes. It provides flexibility to colleagues and opens up companies to a workforce without limits to city, state, or even country. While the ability to work remote offers convenience for staff and a nice perk to provide prospects with, there are times when your staff will need to work remotely out of necessity.
With flu season in full swing, your clients may be asking about how to enable their employees to work from home, and more importantly, keep their remote workforce secure. Flu season isn’t the only time a remote workforce might be needed. Natural disasters, office building issues, or other unforeseen events that make it impossible to get to a physical location can all be accommodated for with a secure remote workforce.
There’s a lot to love about remote access tools. If you’re like most managed services providers (MSPs), you and your clients both appreciate the convenience they offer. The truth is, though, cybercriminals love MSPs. Why? Because thanks to your remote access tools, they can gain access to multiple businesses from a single attack.
When you’re an IT solutions provider, clients and colleagues are counting on you to keep their systems running smoothly — and to repair issues quickly when they’re not. One of the key tools in your technical arsenal? Remote computer access.
By working in disparate systems, you’re not only creating inefficient employees, but also falling victim to duplicate data entry errors, which can cost you over 25 percent of your revenues. Connect everything in your business and put an end to the chaos.