Amidst the global pandemic and even in its wake, remote work saw massive adoption in organisations worldwide. Along with it came a major reshaping in the dynamics of business operations. Enterprises embraced technology wholesale, especially digital solutions that enabled them to seamlessly shift to this new working paradigm. Through tech-enabled capabilities, many organisations were able to drive success in various aspects of the business, such as agility, customer relations, cybersecurity, and more.
Remote working, in particular, has allowed employees to perform their functions even without their physical presence in the office. Telecommuters (as they are also referred to) not only enjoy better work-life balance; they've shown increased productivity as well, according to research. Employees’ capability to work flexibly however, would not be possible if not for key support factors in place. Remote IT support, for example, is a valuable resource that remote workers have come to heavily rely on in the last few years.
In this blog post, we discuss how remote work impacts IT support and explore the importance of reliable IT support as more enterprises expand their remote operations.