For ISPs and telecoms, providing options to facilitate a modern and distributed workforce could be a major financial boon. This includes support services for monitoring and managing connectivity, empowering remote IT administration, and premium upgrades to residential infrastructure.
There are many nuances in how to deal with the work at home environment, but the underlying challenges are a lot more usage, a lot more simultaneous usage, and a lot more usage of high-value traffic, like voice and video.
Work-from-home trends are creating a value chain transformation, providing ISPs new revenue sources
Join us as we discuss the challenges and opportunities for remote teams in the new work from home era and how we're approaching these challenges with the EQUIPE™ platform.
Devices used at home are not receiving the same degree of protection as one in an office setting. In a professional setting, workers benefit from technical and security support provided by IT admins. But in the home, this specialized expertise is often lacking.
Even before COVID-19 turned employees into teleworkers, companies were willing to compensate workers for home office expenses. Knowledge workers in tech are now receiving several hundred dollars a month to offset costs related to work from home.
It's estimated that the portion of the US workforce working from home is still hovering around the 30% level eight months into the pandemic, up from just 6% of employees before last March.
Moderator: Claus Hedding, Wi-Fi NOW CEO & Chairman Panelists: Chalan Aras, VP Products, Citrix Glenn Garbelmann, VP Access Architecture & Engineering, Lumen Technologies (formerly CenturyLink) John Cioffi, Chairman & CEO, ASSIA, Inc.
The early stage of the new normal has already [...]
ASSIA Chairman and CEO John Cioffi shares his views on meeting the connectivity needs of users in the new normal.