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The pandemic has turned popular opinion of the office-centric corporate model on its head. But have recent global events actually doomed the enterprise office forever? According to a string of recent studies, the answer is mixed. For starters, despite many companies scrambling to build a WFH infrastructure on the fly back in the spring, the success of these accelerated transformations...

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We can’t predict the future, but the odds of the US enterprise workforce heading back to the office en masse before the end of the summer (if not 2020) are looking slim. That means that enterprise teams are going to have to get comfortable with the “last mile” residential ISP connections their WFH users leverage to access the network. But...

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Google is the latest enterprise to tell employees to get comfortable with work from home (WFH), as the tech giant will extend its current mobile working policy – designed to accommodate social distancing in response to the pandemic – until at least June 2021. While not exactly the “all-in” adoption of WFH in the same sense as tech giant Siemens,...

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