With more than 50% of employees working from home at least once a week, employers are challenged to provide information technology resources outside of the traditional workspace. Those working remotely full time or even just occasionally require the same IT resources needed to do the job at the business location.

Remote access, rather than being an IT afterthought or a special add-on to the traditional network, has evolved into an integral portion of a company’s overall IT strategy.

The basic considerations for an employer looking to extend the reach of their IT to remote workers starts with internet access, making access to cloud and corporate services possible.

The need for robust, high-speed internet access cannot be overstated. Without a fast, reliable connection to the internet, trying to productively work remotely is akin to trying to tie your shoes with one hand tied behind your back. It’s possible but not as efficient as it would be otherwise.

Here are a few important considerations for internet services: Learn more at NBBJ