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THE definition of work today has changed – it is no longer anchored to a single place and moment in time but is focused on outcomes.
Organisations must be ready to help their employees realise both their professional and personal roles effectively regardless of where they work.
One thing is for certain – alternating between working from home and working in the office or hybrid work is very much the new reality.
It’s no secret that technology is the underlying enabler of a successful and sustainable remote work strategy.
The good news is that 50% of employees in Malaysia feel that their employers are doing everything they can to provide them with the necessary technology resources to work remotely, according to the Dell Technologies Remote Work Readiness Index (RWR Index).
However, that is not the only determining factor in setting up the organisation for success in a hybrid work future.
When it comes to making investments for long-term remote work, it is important to get it right from day one.
Implement advanced, secure and agile IT
As we shifted away from the traditional office model to remote, and now hybrid work, the model to adopt must be one that is designed to be a “ready-for-anything”digital workplace.
Regardless of whether employees are working from home or in the office, organisations should be ready to enable seamless collaboration and manage information technology (IT) resources from anywhere.
One key investment that can help achieve this is cloud computing technology – organisations making the shift to the cloud can consider starting with a hybrid cloud infrastructure model – one that combines public, private and edge clouds with the capability to scale as business needs grow.
A non-negotiable must-have in an organisation’s hybrid work model is a robust security and data protection strategy.
As remote work causes data to be distributed across multiple locations such as data centres, various work sites and hybrid and multi-cloud environments, a comprehensive data protection strategy – combining proven and modern data protection – is essential. Investing in a cybersecurity infrastructure that is flexible, scalable and manageable goes a long way in providing peace of mind so organisations can focus on running the business.Supporting employees with the right technology and tools is equally as critical.
The RWR Index found that 42% of respondents in Malaysia named company-issued productivity equipment and tools as the top tech resource that employers must provide for long-term remote work.
Business leaders must prioritise the employee experience in a hybrid work model, by investing in quality tech resources – from laptops and monitors to peripheral accessories – to empower staff to work productively and securely.
One thing is for certain – alternating between working from home and working in the office or hybrid work is very much the new reality. The good news is that 50% of employees in Malaysia feel that their employers are doing everything they can to provide them with the necessary technology resources to work remotely