Enforcing Secure Remote Working: Best Practices

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Businesses have long considered an impeccable remote work experience to be a key element of their contingency plans. Now, the ripple effects of COVID-19 are making remote work a necessity across all industries. 

COVID-19 has transformed the way organizations work in the wake of a viral outbreak. Remote work is on the rise, and the traditional work environment may soon become a thing of the past. That said, IT departments are tasked with provisioning and securing WFH endpoints to ensure an uninterrupted remote workforce.
This white paper covers the following topics surrounding how to enable employees to work from home:

•  How to secure your remote endpoints
•  How to manage your remote users
•  How to ensure productivity with a distributed workforce 
•  How to safeguard your corporate resources 

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