Four in 10 employees say their companies aren't equipped with the technology needed to let them work from home, according to a survey of 1,000 full-time workers from organizations with more than 200 employees commissioned by project management software company Wrike
"Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the need to stay apart from each other isn't just about crowded buses or shops: it impacts the workplace too.
Companies are flipping strategies to protect employees while getting work done ahead of a looming recession.
Remote work is enabled by tech tools, which means companies without a strong arsenal of technologies and processes in place will struggle to adapt. Conversely, those who invested early might be reaping benefits..."
Read More ...