Are You Allowed to Work Remotely?
Organizations greatly vary on their remote work policy. Some have never experimented with it while others are engaging and working towards an equilibrium between employee flexibility and meeting organization objectives. Some organizations have begun pilot projects within their workforce and are now moving more workers towards it and other organizations have tried it and are now moving away from it.
For those of you that are unfamiliar with some of the tools that allow someone to work remotely I’ve included a short clip below that should give you some insight.
We are curious what you’ve experienced with remote work. Have you tried it? Does your work encourage it or shy away from it? We also want to know what remote applications you use if you are working off-site. Let us know your thoughts below.
Please be thorough with your answer.
Your answers don’t just enter you into a draw for a $25 iTunes giftcard…
It helps us get a better picture of how Canadians are using cloud services.
But why is that important?
There isn’t a lot known about Canadians and how they are using new technologies like cloud computing.
Your responses give us insight into how we can make our services better. We also make unique infographics to share so others looking for Canadian cloud data can find it.
The bottom line is better answers mean better cloud services. Thanks for helping us out.
Here’s the last infographic we did.
We usually create an infographic from the answers we get from these questions. The latest one we’ve done isn’t from that data. Our friends over at Microsoft will soon be ending support for Windows Server 2003 and so our infographic is on the death of that popular software.
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