As executives continue to decipher what the ‘new normal’ will look like, CIOs and technology executives believe that remote workforces will continue to remain in place with the need for continuous availability and robust digital tools even after we emerge from the crisis.
When the world changed in early March, CIOs and their IT teams worked quickly to ensure that their highly distributed remote workforces were able to access the digital tools they need to do their jobs while keeping their businesses operating. Without question, business continuity planning continues to remain top of mind for many technology and business executives.
But the current crisis isn’t a temporary phenomenon – at least not from a business standpoint. Numerous research studies reveal that many companies plan to continue to have remote workforces in place, even after national and state work-at-home requirements have been lifted. As a result, technology executives must prepare to have holistic business continuity plans in place and provide employees access to virtual digital tools for the foreseeable future.
Meanwhile, CIOs and technology executives also play a key role in providing seamless employee experiences to ensure that employees have access to a wide range of tools to do their jobs remotely and effectively.
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