A lot has changed in a year.

Before Covid-19 started spreading across the globe in early 2020, there was no such thing as “social distancing.” No one thought about quarantine bubbles. And few people could have imagined spending months isolated at home due to pandemic lockdowns and public health precautions.

Now 12 months later, these changes have completely altered the way we socialize, spend our time, use technology, and, of course, work. And we can’t help but wonder what happens now.

That’s especially true for business leaders grappling with the monumental task of moving companies and workforces forward. Instead of keeping things running strictly for business continuity, organizations are finally able to shift their focus toward innovation and growth.

But the journey might look a little different than what executives expected a year ago. Although work is often associated with a physical office, remote work has been a complete gamechanger that is opening the way for permanent flexible work options to suit the needs of employees and companies.

Like most of the transitions from office to home last March, this change won’t happen overnight. There’s still work that needs to be done to tackle IT challenges and make remote work experiences just as productive as — if not better than — those in the office.

In our latest e-book, "Let’s Get to Work: Eliminating Digital Friction for Remote Work Success,” we take a closer look at where remote work and all its forms are headed, as well as:

  • Factors that contribute to employee productivity
  • The emergence of the remote work experience
  • Technology challenges users and IT teams face with remote work
  • Possible solutions and strategies for dealing with digital friction and productivity roadblocks

Here’s a quick rundown of the key insights uncovered in the new remote work e-book, now available to download.