Ian Schafer rightly points out that if the consumers adapt to change, then why not the businesses? In this day and age, it is vitally important to build a cloud-based, digitally prepared business strategy. It helps businesses cope with the diverse demands of consumers. Due to the ongoing crisis, businesses need to enter into a stable and effective virtual landscape, where they recognize the importance of a remote working environment.
But here comes the biggest challenge of identifying the turnaround in managing a productive remote workforce. To cater to all these uncertainties, Remotedesk is all set to guide businesses about remote working at the Digital by Default Summit 2020 on Friday, July 17, at 11 am ET.
Digital by Default Summit, hosted by @Tehama!
Major organizations like Shopify, Twitter, and Facebook are announcing permanent work from home policies. These policies may not be possible for all businesses. Still, every business can be digital by default.
The Digital by Default Summit 2020 is a month-long learning event in July. The conference aims to prepare businesses for a sustainable move to a digital-first virtual workplace. Starting July 7, this event will cover other topics such as technology, security, HR and talent management, the future of the physical office, and much more.
Remotedesk’s session: How Secure And Productive Is Your Remote Workforce.
Join Nada Awad, VP of Client Relations – Remotedesk, at the Summit, imparting businesses on how secure and productive is their remote workforce. The session will include the importance and advantages of using a remote workforce monitoring software in a virtual working space. It will also educate on how Remotedesk, an employee management tool, can help businesses increase employee productivity, manage workload, and, most importantly, secure confidential information.
The session will explore:
- What organizations need to do ahead of time to mitigate associated risks. They need to retrofit their security that is suitable for remote environments.
- The practical methods of deploying remote access for staff not accustomed to the security implications of remote working.
- How to prevent the loss of productivity when switching entirely to a remote workforce.
Here are some ways in which Remotedesk can create a secure ‘work-from-home’ environment.
- Continuous facial recognition makes sure only authorized agents gain access to sensitive data.
- 3-point identity verification (Facial Scan, ID Scan, and Knuckle Scan) and full system checks ensure a clean desk environment.
- Ensure performance transparency by actively tracking billable hours. Record productive hours and charge clients accordingly.
Want to learn more?
Don’t forget to tune in to the live session on Friday, July 17, 2020, at 11 am ET.