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Are Remote Jobs The Future Of Working?

29th May 2019

Many people are now working remotely, carrying out their workload in a coffee shop, on the train or at their kitchen table. Technology is making this possible and it is reported that as many as half of us will be remote working to some degree by as early as 2020.

These days, mobile working is more than making a few calls and replying to a couple of emails. Some people run their entire business from their mobile, making notes, accessing business apps, working on spreadsheets and creating and sending invoices.

The arrival of the computer changed the way we worked and today connectivity and digital tools are changing where we work. Travelling to offices has been replaced by phone and video conferencing. Remote workers, like engineers and police officers, now use tablets and mobile devices to access systems on the move. There’s no need to return to the office to complete forms, keeping people where they’re needed most.

Delivering on these aspirations would once have been a potential headache for an IT department. However, it’s now possible to deliver seamless, flexible and mobile working across multiple devices, securely, reliably and efficiently through solutions such as Office 365 and Mobile Device Management.

The Digital Deficit

Despite some embrace, we are still not fulfilling our potential as a digital nation. Although still one of the six best performers within Europe, the UK’s rate of growth in the use of digital is falling behind others. People are living lives that are more complicated, less rewarding and less productive by not embracing what digital technology allows.

Digital doesn’t just concern ‘digital technology’ businesses. All sectors can benefit from increased digital capabilities from increasing their online presence to processing data to deliver services faster and smarter than before and doing all these things from practically anywhere with an internet connection.

However, to benefit from remote working you need a setup that allows that flexibility. Whether it be a mobile phone, tablet or laptop allowing you to work from anywhere.

Could The New Galaxy S10 Be Samsung’s Best Device For Business Customers?

Take the new Samsung Galaxy S10 for example. Samsung DeX lets you connect your Galaxy S10 to a monitor, keyboard and mouse for a desktop experience powered by your phone. So, you can turn any place into a workplace.

Enjoy a desktop experience:

Some things are just easier on a desktop, like sending an email, bolding text, or copying and pasting between apps. Just plug your Galaxy S10 into the DeX cable to use apps, review documents and set or check notifications on a desktop interface.

Two screens at once:

In Samsung DeX mode, you can take a closer look at things like videos, artwork, and documents on a larger display while still using your phone as a phone. Watch video clips on the monitor while checking texts, or take a call while reviewing documents.

The Samsung and Samsung DeX may be an optimum way of working remotely through mobile technology but it’s not the only way. Working remotely can be as simple as just you and your mobile device.

The Benefits Of Remote Working

Sitting under bright lights in a bustling office all day is the number one way to ramp up stress levels. Thanks to advancements in digital technology allowing us to work smarter, the benefits of working remotely speak for themselves.

Studies conclude that remote employees are notably less stressed and have higher morale than their in-office counterparts. Think about it. You get to wear clothes you feel comfortable in, sit (or slouch) in a way that makes you feel creative, and play the music that inspires you. Hit a writer’s block? Take a walk around the block to clear your head.

Happier, healthier employees are proven to produce better work and feel more committed to their companies. From this perspective, installing digital workplace solution to provide remote working opportunities is just good business.

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