See best practices to keep your people connected, on budget, when working remotely.
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When employees work remotely, maintaining efficient business operations is critical for employee engagement and customer experience.
In this article, we outline best practices to help your people stay connected, your data secured, and your business running by leveraging:
What do you do if employees who normally use desktop devices for their daily work need to work remotely, or from another temporary location?
If you can move the desktops, it might work. But what if you can’t. What if they need to work from home?
Virtual Desktop solutions give employees the freedom to work from anywhere. They provide a complete virtual application and desktop environment, just as if your employees were sitting at their desks.
You can run Windows, Linux, and web business applications or full virtual desktops from any cloud—public, on-premises or hybrid. Plus, with Virtual Desktops:
And to get these enhancements, all your employee needs to do is reboot their computer.
Virtual Desktop solutions offer a fast and cost-effective way to maintain some level of business continuity when you need it most.
Do you have a business continuity plan?
If you answered, no, it’s time to seriously think about putting one in place. It’s never too late to start.
Business continuity plans minimize the damage when your daily business operations are interrupted.
Now, it’s important to note the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery.
All the items described in this article are important elements of business continuity. One of the best practices today, however, to ensure continuity is by reducing your dependence on in-house or on-premise IT infrastructures.
Internet bandwidths and cloud security have come a long way which is why so many business leaders have embraced cloud technologies from virtual desktops to disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solutions and more.
Businesses simply cannot afford any additional downtime. How big a difference would there be for your business between recovering in minutes versus recovering in days or even weeks?
If cloud solutions sound like they may make sense for your business, but you still have concerns about the process of migrating some or all your systems to the cloud, please read our white paper: Breaking Down the Cloud. In this white paper, you’ll discover the pros and cons of the three primary cloud models and find tips on selecting a strategic partner to assist in your migration and on-going support.