Thanks to improvements in digital workspace technology over the past several years, distributed workforces — with all their benefits — became an increasingly viable option for businesses. But despite the promise of cost savings, business agility, and employee flexibility, leadership inertia and fears thwarted most widespread attempts at this paradigm shift.
Would employees stay on a task outside a physical office space? Would the company culture survive? As we’ve come to see, these fears — while understandable — were unwarranted.
The global pandemic catalyzed organizations to act in spite of the barriers. It accelerated a cross-industry shift to remote work that had been poised to materialize but had been stymied by the status quo.
And not only did the sky not fall, but the clouds also parted to reveal new opportunities. Companies that were previously lagging behind in terms of remote work and digital experience were able to make swift gains, putting them within the sights of the competition. And improvements in productivity, employee satisfaction, recruitment, and cost savings make it unlikely that businesses will ever return to a fully location-based model.View Whitepaper
In today's world of work-from-anywhere, the network is more important than ever. However, legacy networks were not designed to handle the long list of challenges that organizations face. It’s time for the network to evolve to provide precisely what businesses need in this changing world—a secure access service edge (SASE).
SASE enables companies to support future needs without worrying if the network can handle the demands. It can provide connectivity, security and optimized app access for all employees, no matter where they work, enabling a ...
As remote workers compete for bandwidth with kids attending virtual classrooms and others at home trying to stream videos, optimizing and prioritizing business applications on home networks is even more critical. SD-WAN solutions leverage real-time performance monitoring of transport networks to make application-aware, policy-based network link selection and steer traffic over the best available link.
Learn how VMware SD-WAN offers:
• Optimized connectivity to the cloud
• One-click security service insertion
• Built-in resiliency to e ...
High speed connectivity is the lifeblood of today’s successful businesses and organizations. High performance internet access is fundamental for communications and a wide range of data services, and as businesses, devices and individuals all grow ever more connected, the need for fast, dependable, highly available bandwidth is essential. ...
COVID-19 has transformed every aspect of how we work and live, including how students learn, and the pandemic has highlighted the need for schools to make fast, reliable and secure internet connectivity an utmost priority. Even as education moves to a hybrid model or a return to classrooms the importance of high-capacity internet for K-12 and higher education continues to be a priority for the following reasons:
• Media-rich digital learning experiences
• Access to lessons, lectures and testing online
• Digital educational materials for co ...
Automotive designers naturally gravitate to Hall-effect magnetic sensors because of their light weight, small size and low cost. But cars are full of components that generate stray magnetic fields which can interfere with those sensors. Learn all about new Smart Hall-effect magnetic sensors and the critical parameters you need to understand to make them effective in automotive applications including electronic power steering (EPS), pedal sensing, chassis level sensing and gearbox/gearshift detection.
What you will learn:
Uses of Hall-effe ...
How do you take advantage of the flexibility and agility represented by SaaS solutions AND solve...