Welcome to our brief glance back at some of the most interesting trends and predictions for remote work that we've come across over the past month. And if you're not already doing so, be sure to join us every Friday for our “This Week in Remote Work” posts, where we recap the top remote work stories of the week.
In case you missed it, Spiceworks and Ziff Davis B2B (SWZD) recently released their 2021 State of IT report. Compiled on the strength of comprehensive surveys with IT professionals and CTOs, it's packed with a ton of valuable and eye-opening info on IT budgets and priorities.
Thanks for joining us for this November 20th edition of This Week in Remote Work. As a reminder (or a head's up for new readers), this is not intended to be an exhaustive compilation of the week's pertinent news. Instead, we provide a quick overview and recap of the top five articles, reports, or stats that stood out to us this week.
With that said, feel free to drop additional articles that...
At this point in the ongoing pandemic, almost every organization has had to adopt and rely on some level of new technology solutions just to ensure they can continue to carry out business-critical activities with a highly distributed workforce.
Welcome to the November 13th edition of This Week in Remote Work, where we take a look at some of the week's most intriguing articles & reports about the future of work. Let's dig in.
1) The 2020 Duo Trusted Access Report (Duo Security)
Every week there are plenty of new reports and surveys about remote work, but surprisingly few are focused solely on the security implications of remote work....
In a recent conversation with one of the end-user device (EUD) industry’s leading analysts, he quipped, "After the apocalypse, three things will still be around: cockroaches, Twinkies and legacy Windows apps."
Filed Under: Independent Software Vendors, Legacy Application Modernization, Legacy Applications, Application Virtualization, Cloud Application Migration, Application Modernization, Cloud Shift, Virtual Application Delivery, Digital Workspaces, SaaS
Welcome to the latest installment of This Week in Remote Work. As usual, there was no shortage of new coverage, reports, and data about the current state of remote work and the future of work as a whole. But here are five of the resources and reads that we found particularly useful and interesting this week.
As a company that’s always been fully remote (and whose technology enables secure remote work for millions), it’s a habit to keep our eye on the related trends in this space. What are the hot topics among industry experts and pundits? Which problems are customers seeking answers to? How are domestic and global events changing the way we think about and model the workplace?
Filed Under: Application Virtualization, Virtual Desktops, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, Working From Home, Digital Workspaces, Future of Work, Remote Learning
In a world of constant news and updates about Remote Work trends, it's impossible to stay on top of it all. So every Friday moving forward we'll be sharing our top five picks for articles about Remote Work & Digital Workspaces that we found most helpful that week, with a quick synopsis of why those particular articles caught our attention. Hopefully this is a helpful resource to help cut...
Since March there's been a lot of talk about the "new normal," especially when it comes to remote work. But that phrase can be misleading. It's often used to express the idea that yesterday's status quo no longer applies to our current circumstances. What it doesn't accurately capture is how things will look from now on.