For businesses looking to invest in the creation of a safer and more productive modern office environment, this Expert Insight * post provides a rundown of the top 2023 technologies to secure your hybrid workspace.
The shift towards remote and hybrid work schedules has become one of the most talked about aspects of post-pandemic business, with reports indicating that as many as 85% of the US workforce would prefer the option to work remotely for at least part of their contracted hours.
This information comes in direct contrast to the 50% or so of US business leaders that intend to reinstate a traditional 5-day office-based working schedule in 2023, posing a potentially difficult situation for employers and employees to navigate in the coming months and years.
There is evidence to suggest that some of the resistance companies exhibit to hybrid work stems from a lack of preparedness in terms of infrastructure and security, though with around 52% of younger workers claiming they’d sooner switch jobs than return to the office, perhaps it’s time to modernize.
For businesses looking to invest in the creation of a safer and more productive modern office environment, here’s a rundown of the top 2023 technologies to secure your hybrid workspace.
Cyber and physical security convergence
It’s not uncommon to find businesses that employ separate physical and cyber security teams, with each department operating independently using different processes and technologies, though by utilizing smart tech teams can converge their operations to improve upon wider security