The routine 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. office workday is a thing of the past, as organizations have adopted new hybrid work models and policies that allow employees to work from wherever they want—provided they’re remaining productive.
Companies are trading in their cubicles and desks in favor of flexible floor plans, meeting rooms and huddle spaces that prioritize collaboration and teamwork, making it possible for employees to work just as effectively whether in the office or at home.
However, some organizations are still struggling to truly buy into distributed work, implement necessary policies or deploy the necessary technologies to run a successful hybrid work program. Since much of this work falls on the IT department, this resource is designed to help IT professionals guide their organizations’ hybrid work strategy.
In this guide, you will learn about:
- Hybrid work trends
- Videoconferencing and meeting equity
- Hybrid work security and Zero Trust
- Distributed work and mental health
In addition, we leave you with 10 recommendations on implementing a hybrid work model.
Download this free resource to learn about how IT leaders can effectively manage a hybrid workforce.