ATLA's Remote Working Solutions

We know that staying connected with your employees and stakeholders is more important than ever. Whether your organization is facing an unexpected event, such as the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic or simply offering flexibility for your workforce, today’s technologies make it easy for teams to stay productive wherever they are.

“Mobility” means being able to move freely and easily – and it’s quickly becoming a basic requirement in the modern workplace. Between hot desking, telecommuting, moving around within the office and visiting clients, the future of business success relies on keeping employees mobile.

Every employee needs access to the full in-office experience, no matter where they are and what device they use. To provide that, they need communications solutions that offer mobility.

The office of the future has three components. Businesses must accommodate the unique circumstances of each.

Since workers increasingly work from home, it’s no surprise remote offices are becoming more common. The employees using them need full access to work email, voicemail, business files and collaboration applications. Access must be instant and uninterrupted.

Employees who spend a lot of time traveling between offices or visiting customers live on their mobile devices. Many of these are personal, as Bring Your Own Devices policy continues to gain ground. In turn, this places pressure on your ability to keep workers connected across different devices and networks, including when employees switch from one device to another and move across networks while on the road.

The physical office of the future is will be a more interconnected workspace that fosters productivity and collaboration. In a word, it’s “smart.” Already, AI-based technologies freeing up employees for more value-added tasks, traditional screen sharing is expanding to include video chat and image sharing, and Internet of Things (IoT) technology delivers smart appliances and gadgets.

How can ATLA Solutions help?

There are several ways to establish remote work for your business. There are complete Virtual Private Networks, or you may choose to have remote desktop access. Other options may involve setting up a cloud computing network and simply sharing files between home offices to create a virtual office setup. How you want to operate your remote work solutions makes a huge difference in what kind of solution will be best for your company. ATLA Solutions Architects will listen to your requirements, then design the right solution based on your requirement and finally implement it using all industry best practices while keeping the security as the top priority at all times. 

Below are some of the remote work solutions that we can immediately deploy to solve standard day to day challenges that most businesses face. 

VPN Setup

A remote access VPN means your remote employees can log on to your office network from anywhere that has access to the internet. 

They then have access to all your company resources, and your data is still secure, even if they’re using public Wifi, as communication is encrypted.

Remote Desktop Solutions

There are three ways to enable remote desktop access: through remote access software, through enterprise remote desktop, or via direct remote access. Overall, remote desktop access solutions are typically best for companies that offer intermittent remote work opportunities while still having a physical office space

Unified Communications

Unified Communications (UC) refers to a phone system that integrates (or “unifies”) multiple communication methods within a business.

Your business probably communicates in a number of ways: phone calls, video conferencing, instant messaging, email, SMS and fax.

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