Is your organization ready to double its home office capacity?

Is your organization ready to double its home office capacity?

In 2020 Reuters published a survey affirming that in 2021 the number of organizations working 100% remotely will double (see note) due to the effects of the pandemic. This applies to countries such as the U.S.A. where a large proportion of the population has already been vaccinated.

Forbes Magazine states that it’s clear this will put organizations to test, creating a need for greater engagement amongst work teams, posing a huge challenge for corporate management and putting the spotlight on data security.

Although teleconferencing has grown exponentially, allowing business meetings to be more collaborative, this has also created some negative trends within work teams. We start to hear about “Zoom Fatigue” as reported by Stanford News.


More Human Communications

Many coincide that this so called ”new normal” that seems to be reaching its end at the beat of global vaccination is actually here to stay. This will bring about new ways of doing business, and new challenges that start to appear on the horizon and will surely have long term effects.

Are companies prepared for their teams to work remotely? And what about their communications? At Eolos we have the case of clients who are struggling for their applications and infrastructure to keep up with corporate communications in today’s business environment. Their hybrid needs differ, spanning from the use of the standard Softphone to the demands of maintaining the security and interconnection of their work teams.

One of the main problems that persists is how to maintain communications systems robust and integrate them with all the different channels between the client and the company. The sought after omnichannel solution sometimes brings more pain than benefits. At Eolos we understand this myriad of multilevel inconveniences for which we develop the hardware and software technology that allows us to interconnect multiple work teams and systems in order to obtain more human communications.