Even in ordinary times, overseeing a remote workforce can be a challenge for multiple reasons – ensuring
availability of all necessary tools, managing remote endpoints and having a fail-safe contingency plan.

However, the current global health crisis has made things that much more complicated. In a matter of weeks,
COVID-19 has drastically changed life as we know it, forcing us to change the way we live and work. Your
business is no exception to this change as you transition to survive with a primarily (or fully) remote workforce.

However, the right technology, when used correctly, can ensure the transition is smooth and your business
continues to operate efficiently without interruption. To help you do that, here is a list of tips to follow.