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The Ideal Hybrid Workplace Checklist

Transitioning to a hybrid workplace means analyzing and adjusting your current technology so that it supports both office and at home employees. To help your workforce excel in a hybrid workplace environment, you’ll need meeting room collaboration, the right hardware, robust cybersecurity and video and phone conferencing. Read on to learn more!

 

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The Ideal Hybrid Workplace Checklist

Transitioning to a hybrid workplace means analyzing and adjusting your current technology so that it supports both office and at home employees. To help your workforce excel in a hybrid workplace environment, you’ll need:
 
  1. Meeting Room Collaboration
    Optimize teamwork with technology that connects at-home and office employees. Consider simple to use displays that feature integrated video, audio and conferencing tools.
  2. The Right Hardware
    With team members coming to and from the office, productivity from anywhere is dependent on their hardware setup. Consider reliable laptops and accessories built for travel as well as desktop printers for home offices.
  3. Robust Cybersecurity
    Multi-layered security helps to protect shared files and devices wherever they are being used. Make sure your network is routinely checked and updated to identify vulnerabilities and prevent incidents.
  4. Video and Phone Conferencing
    Serving users that are no longer tethered by wires and physical locations can be complex. Simplify company-wide communication with an all-inclusive, cloud VoIP phone system with web, audio and video conferencing tools.

Contact a Sharp representative to learn more about hybrid workplace technology.