Organizations that allow their workers to work remotely can offer them a more flexible schedule and can often attract a wider range of applicants. In addition, in an economy where on-demand workers such as consultants, freelancers, and contractors form the fastest-growing share of the workforce, unconventional workspace arrangements have become routine.
This means workers are suddenly thinking more about the home office setup. Is my Wi-Fi connection strong enough for VPN (virtual private network) access while being secure? Where can I find a reliable second computer monitor amid a retail run on monitors? Is the background in my home office acceptable in case of video conferences?
Working remotely is not new, but the scale has added stress to corporate network infrastructures. Companies have had to rapidly adapt with technology that accommodates its home-bound workforce while providing appropriate corporate security.
To learn more about this new work reality, Mouser Electronics is sponsoring a webinar with DIGI titled “Secure, Reliable Connections: Networking Strategies for Remote Workers.” Registration is being accepted for the seminar, which starts at 10 a.m. (CST) April 14 and will also be available on demand after the event.
In the seminar, Randall Kerr, DIGI's Director of Product Management, will discuss how companies can better prepare workers and protect data security.
One example: A remote worker's home Wi-Fi can present risks to proprietary data and confidential internal communications.
DIGI offers connectivity solutions for commercial-level security. DIGI also provides cellular extenders, in addition to DIGI Connect® IT console servers, and DIGI Remote Manager® for IT control.
Click here to register for the webinar and learn more about DIGI’s connectivity solutions.
Tommy Cummings is a freelance writer/editor based in Texas. He's had a journalism career that has spanned more than 40 years. He contributes to Texas Monthly and Oklahoma Today magazines. He's also worked at The Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, San Francisco Chronicle, and others. Tommy covered the dot-com boom in Silicon Valley and has been a digital content and audience engagement editor at news outlets. Tommy worked at Mouser Electronics from 2018 to 2021 as a technical content and product content specialist.
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