5 Security and Productivity Risks of Remote Work

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The Covid-19 crisis has forced global businesses to change operations in a variety of unprecedented ways. To navigate and halt the spread of the pandemic, organizations around the world have adopted strict remote work policies where employees have to maintain work and productivity from the confines of their home. While this poses a variety of critical social and personal challenges, the shift has also posed significant challenges to maintaining business operations. And unfortunately, there is very little insight into how long this change will last and what impacts it will have once the initial crisis has been averted.

Many organizations are unprepared for their employees to be entirely remote. They don’t have the processes, they don’t have the technology, and most importantly, they don’t have the right security measures in place to ensure that employees can safely access corporate applications and data. And unfortunately, because of the sudden shift, businesses have to make quick decisions to implement the right technology needed to not compromise security.

One of the most effective ways for your teams to make a seamless transition to working remotely, while ensuring the right security measures, is to implement an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution, like OneLogin. An IAM solution enables your organization to connect with technology in a way that is secure, seamless, and scalable from any location on any device--so your business remains productive during times of change.