Handling the Transition to Work-From-Home Through Business Technology

Updated: Jan 22

What technologies do you need to have in your enterprise toolset to better navigate the migration to a home-office culture?

Immersive technologies, which include virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, and extended reality, along with virtual communication and B2B engagement platforms all form part of the technology toolset enterprises are using to empower their virtual workforces and resume normal operations remotely.

But the real key to a successful transition from office space to home-office space is security, and achieving a high security standing is all about controlling data – who owns it, where it is stored, and who can access it.

"A secure communications platform can facilitate stronger remote communications internally with team members and externally with clients, enabling the collaboration necessary to move forward with projects."

Learn more about the insights Modest Tree shared with Business in Edmonton Magazine in their latest feature, 'Handling the Transition to Work-From-Home Through Business Technology.'

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