As we are finally emerging from lockdown, with over 70%* of people globally working remotely at least once a week and employees still keen to maintain at least some of the benefits of working from home. Businesses are being presented with a whole host of new questions surrounding corporate structure, staff and role of the traditional office. (*Source – IWG serviced office provider)
The ability to work from home and the emergence of digital office rental services has led to changing attitudes around where people should work and whether they should stick to the traditional nine-to-five working hours.
1 in 2 people (owl labs survey) are unwilling to return to jobs if they don’t offer some remote work flexibility. This could mean employers are potentially losing valuable employees simply because they don’t offer remote working options.
Ensuring you work with the best possible Remote Desktop service provider is an essential part of your future business strategy. RD providers have similar pricing and product offerings, however the acquiring the right solution is all about having a little technical know-how and understanding what goes into the actual Remote Desktop Service.
With security one of the primary concerns for business, rented apps offers best-in-practice Remote Browser Isolation, rendering content in virtual browsers sealed in containers all in the cloud. Employing the Zero Trust security approach fully protects endpoints from threats, whilst delivering a seamless user experience.
In this fast-paced developing market, Rented Apps is an agile company with our development team sitting inside a tried and tested company framework and quickly able to adapt and even predict future software developments and market dynamics.
Our philosophy of best practice combined with a service team who fully understand your business requirements will ensure the Remote Desktop solution is an asset of your business and not a liability.
Feature rich and scalable, remote working doesn’t have to be an all or nothing scenario!
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