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Networking for remote work puts the emphasis on people, not sites

November 16, 2022

Many companies had to support work-from-home (WFH) during COVID, and most looked forward to having their staff back in the office. Most now tell me that some or all of the staff isn’t coming back, and that remote work is a given for at least some positions, likely for a very long time. That’s opened major questions about how these now-forever-roaming workers are connected to information resources and to each other.

Didn’t we solve this already, with Zoom and Teams? Sort of. Collaborative video applications provide a reasonable substitute for meetings, but you still have the challenge of application access and information delivery.

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