Even before a stay-at-home order was issued in different states, remote working had already been a growing trend. In 2019, about 4.7 million workers across the United States spent half of the workweek being productive from their homes. The numbers are sure to get higher, as enterprises have begun adopting remote work arrangements to keep operations running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Business leaders face a constant battle to innovate ahead of their competitors and the ongoing threat of technological obsolescence. The rate of change is fast outpacing their ability to keep up, which is why many smaller organizations are now looking to managed services for outsourcing their technology needs.