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Key takeaways from Google’s landmark remote work survey
June 7, 2019 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Google recently published an eye-opening report that looked at the impact of remote work on large organizations, a topic the behemoth search engine-cum-tech monolith is well suited to explore. After all, according to the company, at least 30 percent of all meetings held between employees involve at least two time zones. That makes sense when
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Remote work gets big vote of confidence at Facebook F8 Conference
May 10, 2019 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Remote work is by no means a new concept, but recent high-profile announcements suggest that this model is fast graduating from “a novel approach” to an operational standard across industries. At Facebook’s recent F8 2019 developer conference, for instance, Stripe, a tech platform that builds economic infrastructure for web companies, announced that the company would
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Meeting talent on their turf: Tech companies embrace the remote office
April 1, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

For years, the center of gravity within the tech sector has been squarely located in Silicon Valley, the storied West Coast home of Apple, Alphabet, and pretty much every other tech behemoth you can imagine (with a few notable exceptions like Amazon). As a result, tech workers have notoriously fled competing job markets in the
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Avoiding IT “Blind Spots” at Remote Offices
January 25, 2019 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Thanks in no small part to the widespread adoption of cloud technology, many of the biggest enterprise success stories of the recent past revolve around a business’ ability to support a distributed workforce. The benefits of this model are easy to see: Teams aren’t confined to the four walls of a central office, which opens
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