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The number of telecommuters and remote workers continues to grow as technology is better capable of handling their needs. It’s relatively simple to set up a laptop, phone, and Internet connection in someone’s home or give an employee access to the company network while on the road. But in order to help an employee be productive while away from the office, you have to make sure your network is up to the task. The best place to start is to recognize your limitations and take advantage of solutions that are a fit for your company.

Know Your Unique Challenges

When it comes to telecommuting, companies of all sizes will have to deal with the logistical concerns of employee location, but with larger organizations,
the problem is compounded by the sheer number of employees. No matter what size of organization you work for, though, because employees are using their devices for checking email, accessing the corporate network, and other similar tasks, you’ll have similar challenges.

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Published: April 5, 2013
Last Revised: May 1, 2013

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