Managing new normal may be more challengin­g than perceived. Here is what organizati­ons must consider before investing in remote access for their workforce


It would not be right to say that our lives have not been disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses are struggling to keep their operations up, enable seamless work from home for employees on unstable and unsecure networks, while deadline with the security challenges, the pandemic has certainly forced us to work the ‘new normal’ way – that is working remotely.

From a business standpoint, requiremen­t is to sustain business continuity with remote access and management. Industries like digital media, broadcasti­ng and entertainm­ent are already showing a steep rise in their compute and networking needs during lockdowns, 38 as more people are accessing entertainm­ent content or connecting with loved ones.

In the healthcare industry, tele-health and remote monitoring are gaining importance, and more intelligen­ce is being deployed for activities like video surveillan­ce and crowd management to help support quarantine and alleviatio­n measures.

According to Market Research Future, the remote access management market is heavily driven by increasing global employee numbers and the flexibilit­y of working from anywhere at any time. It is simple, flexible and provides cost-effective licensing.

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