Business strategies for hybrid work technology

Hybrid work is here to stay. More and more companies around the world are re-assessing the way they work and re-considering their entire operations, and many have confirmed that this new approach is one for the long-term. Cisco is one example, recently announcing that its entire workforce of 78,000 employees will remain hybrid.

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Alex Cruz Farmer is Group Product Manager of End-user Experience at Cisco ThousandEyes.

This new reality for many businesses means powering a hybrid work technology stack that can keep employees connected and engaged from anywhere they choose to work. With workers now distributed, potentially even across different countries, IT management teams have had to transition from managing a select number of offices to a much larger number of ‘home offices’, each with varying factors around environment, hardware and connectivity, to name a few.

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