Because a secure, remote-work strategy has become essential for business resilience, IT organizations are increasingly thinking now about creating digital workplaces. But doing so means much more than enabling remote work via VPNs, using identity controls, and rolling out cloud-based applications.
It also means devising a strategy that takes into account employee needs, regardless of location, in a way that ensures business moves forward smoothly.
As companies worldwide grapple with what the post-pandemic workplace looks like, it’s important to understand the difference between a digital workplace and a digital workspace. They’re not the same thing. And whether companies plan a full return to office, an all-remote staff, or something in between — the “hybrid workplace” — the core issues they face in setting strategy remain the same.