COVID-19 drove conversation on remote work to the fore. A substantially larger number of people are working from home than there was pre-2020. With remote work and telecommuting comes an elevated risk of losing company laptops and phones.
It’s been more than two years since the 802.11ax wireless networking standard made its debut. More commonly referred to as Wi-Fi 6, there is today a raft of routers and devices built to make the most of these new technologies. As with any new standard, upgrading is not always necessary.
Working from home is a part of life now for many companies. From small businesses to large enterprises, employees are transitioning to an at-home and hybrid working model.
Many business activities that used to be location-dependent are now in the cloud. This includes things like accounting software that used to reside on one computer and can now be accessed by anyone in the company through a cloud application.