The office coffee machine has never been quieter at 10 o’clock in the morning on a weekday. As governments ask workers to stay confined to fight back against the spread of the world’s largest work-from-home experiment to date., physical offices are shutting down one after the other, and businesses are entering the
Employee laptops are being stockpiled, whiteboard meetings have switched to shared-screen video conferences, and after-work drinks are surviving in the form of Slack channels. For many employees, remote working means less commuting and a new reality and new worries. For most CIOs and their teams, who have been working behind the scenes of the transition, the shift to remote working is just the beginning.
If you are an IT leader, you might find useful advice in the following tips from experts and analysts, to help you keep the company ship afloat – while also preserving your sanity.