A new post in a blog: 3 Best Technologies for Working Remotely: How to Implement
When an employee's workstation is in the office, they use equipment and software installed by the employer. Security settings and measures are also determined by the company.
However, if the staff works remotely, they may use their personal computers and devices. This creates challenges in software installation, equipment configuration, and corporate data protection.
And that is precisely why companies need to proactively implement tools for remote collaborative work.
In a new article, engineers from LWCOM discuss the potential technologies for connecting colleagues working from home.
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