The pandemic brought with it challenges and different ways to face them; it was not easy for organizations around the world to decipher the correct way to continue their operations even with the difficulties of Covid. That is why remote work emerged, an alternative that allowed employees to continue working from home without stopping the productivity of their daily activities. But after two years of having started the pandemic, it was not easy for managers to ask their human talent to rejoin the offices.
The collaborators detected an effective way to continue working even from the comfort of their homes, and hence the hybrid work. Although no single concept has been determined to define this work mode, it is arguably the alternative to which business owners arrive with their collaborators to continue working from home but attending offices in person occasionally.
Hybrid work allows people to work from wherever they are, focused in the same way as from the office. It could be said to have been a direct consequence of the pandemic and the advancement of technology, which allows people to have all the information on their cell phones or personal or working computers and all the information they need to keep working without interruptions.
But hybrid work goes beyond a physical place, and it involves advanced, simple, and innovative solutions to remain profitable to the company.
What does it take to run the hybrid work mode?
• Intelligent and automated technology: Organizations must deploy devices that allow them to connect to their collaborators, no matter where they are, and include HD Video and Audio, Easy Screen Sharing, and Individual and Group Messaging.
• Zero Trust Security: It is the one that provides protection to all the accesses and controls of the company from any electronic device.
• Real-time collaboration: Real-time collaboration tools, such as video conferencing, should enable the company to deliver high-quality customer experiences.
NextPointe gives you the tools you need so your employees can focus on what really matters, no matter where they are.