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Published on 5/18/20 9:35 AM

Productivity sky-rocketing with employees working from home

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced those who had the ability to work from home to do so, and has led to a surprising result, improved productivity! U.S. workers were 47% more productive in March and April than in the same two months a year ago through cloud-based business tools, chat applications and email. (According to an analysis of 100 million data points from 30,000 Americans by workplace-monitoring company Prodoscore)

In an interview with Market-watch a few Silicon Valley CEO's all agree that the WFH (working from home) era has now officially arrived and is actually thriving, productivity is up a significant percent. As we enter into the phase shifting of re-opening the workforce that's been halted due to this pandemic. Business' are now having to physically re-design office layouts to comply with the new reality of social distancing protocols.

In Silicon Valley however, this may not be the case, rather than spend mass amounts of money to fully re-design buildings and office spaces, companies such as Twitter Inc. in recent days told employees have the option of NEVER coming back to the office to work. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors and Space-X told his employees if they can fully do their job at home and choose to stay remote they can fully do so. While CEO's of Facebook, Google, Salesforce.com Inc.  Slack Technologies Inc. and WORK Inc. , have said they don’t expect workers back in the office until 2021 — if then. 

Seeing the increase in productivity many prominent tech companies are now highly considering permanently moving a large portion of their workforce to work-from-home status. This shift will drive the need for business and companies the ability to monitor, update, and secure their tech devices all remotely. Remote Relief provides complete remote services such as Managed Mobility, Data Movement, & Database Administration to assist any business in remote management and security of their tech and data.  

Remote Relief's subject matter experts each specialize in assisting clients with complete remote setup, deployment, and management of each of these services. If you would like more information about Remote Relief and our services, please subscribe to our tech blogs. If you are interested in a demonstration or learning more about Remote MDM (mobile device management), UEM features, benefits, and complete device management capabilities click here to speak with an MMS Specialist. RemoteLink features, operational data movement, automation and reporting capabilities click here to speak with a RemoteLink SME and schedule a Demo.

 

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Bryan Afonso
Author: Bryan Afonso
Marketing Coordinator at Remote Relief inc. Combining my skills and experiences that began in retail environments then shifting to handheld mobile device testing enables me to convey IT and Mobile Device Management solutions and information.

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