With the end of COVID-19 related restrictions in sight, now is the time for top management to take a serious look into the future and set the course for the coming years. One of the main topics to handle is where your employees will be spending most of their time working: at the office or a hybrid home / office solution. Where in the past many traditional companies struggled with the idea of having their staff work from home, last year has shown this actually being a viable solution.
Both approaches come with a certain set of requirements, which we will go deeper into in the next paragraphs.
If you are heading into the hybrid direction instead, the requirements change drastically. One of the major needs will be tools that enable video conferencing while also having the infrastructure in place to operate everything safely and securely. With that in mind, it’s time to look at the hardware to complete the picture as some come with built-in video conferencing capabilities while others require additional devices to set this up.