A substantial number of the 2.1 million employees that comprise the federal workforce transitioned to a work-from-home environment during the early months of the pandemic.1 Now organizations must assess the benefits of reopening, especially if their workforce can achieve mission objectives remotely. A new poll by Government Business Council (GBC) suggests that most federal organizations have transitioned with moderate success to a work-from-home environment.
Traditionally, branches of office and individual users working outside the main office have taken poor network and application performance for granted. They recognize that the enterprise network was designed with the assumption that everyone would be working within the network perimeter. But that’s no longer the case. Increasingly, agencies are turning to Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WANs) to provide better services to the extended enterprise – without compromising on either performance or security. Learn how SD-WAN can help your agency.
The COVID-19 crisis has shifted the conversation in the direction of transformative solutions, such as software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) aligned with Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) 3.0. During the pandemic, the number of mobile workers and telecommuters in government has risen sharply, a big bump in what has otherwise been a long-term uptick. The trend toward more outward-bound government operations – offices, workers and service delivery – has been ebbing beyond traditional boundaries for years. To learn more about this evolving environment, GovLoop partnered with Swish and Riverbed to survey the government community.
The core of remote support is seeing and controlling remote devices. With BeyondTrust’s Remote Support, you can see your customer’s screen and fully interact with the remote desktop. This enables you to troubleshoot and fix systems on or off your corporate network…