Navigating the new normal: A fast guide to remote working

A smooth transition will support operations for years to come

A fast guide to remote working from HP
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The enforced shift to remote working is transforming businesses all across the globe, in what is a case of 'sink or swim'. Change need not mean disruption, however. Instead it should be viewed as an opportunity.

Transforming how your company operates day-to-day doesn't have to be painful, and the benefits will far outweigh the work involved. For business continuity and resilience going forward, this transition is critical.

This IT Pro insight guide will explore ways to keep a distributed workforce productive, the hardware and applications to get them through the working day, and the importance of security when a large percentage of your staff are off-premise. We hope you find this report interesting and informative, and that it helps you strengthen your remote working strategy in the weeks, months and years to come.

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