Many of Liquidware's staff work remotely and they are now seeing many of their customers coming to them for advice on how to best deploy and manage their corporate desktops to their employees' homes. There is a certain amount of concern in how companies can monitor their employees - mainly to ensure they can have a good user experience but also to ensure they are being productive. Smith says Liquidware can allay those concerns with their solutions and strongly encourage those organizations that aren't sure about trusting their workforce that they should. Liquidware sees overall employee productivity being increased, not decreased, when working from home.
Looking for answers for your own organization on how to solve problems with migrating employees to a work from home format? Watch and learn in this VMblog Work From Home series video.
Jason Smith will answer questions on how this switch is affecting companies, workers, and infrastructure. Find out some of the big questions being asked by companies and how Liquidware is responding. Smith also explains what types of technologies are beneficial with this paradigm switch, as well as how Liquidware technologies can help. He also offers up tips and tricks, as well as what he thinks the future holds.
Check out the entire VMblog Work From Home Series here: https://events.vmblog.com/work-from-home-2020.html
Want more information from Liquidware? You can also take a look at these "Work From Home" assets on Liquidware's website:
Work From Home Workspace Strategies Whitepaper: https://info.liquidware.com/New-WFH-Whitepaper_Whitepaper-Landing-Page.html
Work From Home Solutions Page: https://www.liquidware.com/solutions/desktop-disaster-recovery/wfh
Speed The Adoption of Work From Home On-Demand Webinar: https://www.liquidware.com/videos/webinar-archive/speed-adoption-work-home-practices