Supporting a remote workforce during the pandemic has been, and continues to be, one of the top priorities for all organizations. While employee wellness is the top priority, enabling remote-friendly ecosystems and addressing technology challenges are critical for productivity. From a resiliency program perspective, focus should be placed on proactively identifying key risks and gaps which could impact one’s remote working ecosystem. Technology is arguably the most critical dependency for the modern workforce. An outage to critical systems will impact employee productivity, especially in remote working environments where collaboration is highly dependent on video conferencing, instant messaging, and other such…
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