Regardless of location, your team wants a common experience. They want the same procedures and tools to access networks and data, wherever they are. They want to choose their devices and connect quickly to corporate networks, accessing the same documents, and you want to ensure they do it all securely.
Businesses need a strategy that embraces the mobile workforce all while empowering productivity and protecting people, devices, and data regardless of their location. Multi-factor authentication adds another layer of protection to the sign-in process. After all, if you only use a password to authenticate users, it leaves an insecure vector for attack. What if the password was weak? Or if it was exposed elsewhere? Are you sure that person signing in is really the user? When you require a second form of authentication that isn’t easy to obtain, you are building another layer of security.
IT continues to be impacted by the ongoing supply chain disruptions, and with the shift to a more hybrid work world there is no better time to start adopting a cloud-based approach within your business. Your hybrid workforce expects a great digital experience, which depends on cloud-based apps to connect, create, and collaborate from anywhere and at any time. The cloud’s strength lies in its flexible infrastructure, and the advantages are clear: Cost savings, security, reliability & accessibility.
The shift to a more distributed workforce is driving the need for anywhere, anytime access to resources, wherever they may exist. Secure connectivity is the foundation for productive hybrid employees to work with customers, partners, and each other. That also means delivering access to everything with the same speed and ease employees would have onsite. This includes business-critical cloud applications, data and documents. Unreliable access from any device prevents your employees from doing their jobs efficiently.