Gartner’s recent CFO Survey revealed that 74 percent of the CFO and Finance leaders plan to shift some employees to permanently work remotely, which clearly suggests a momentum towards expanded work from home policies in the future.
Praveen Kumar - Field Marketing Consultant, Client Solutions Group at Dell Technologies in a recent conversation with Shivani Muthanna, of YourStory speaks about how Dell’s solutions can boost productivity, make collaboration and conferencing effortless, and come with manageability tools to predict, diagnose and resolve tech issues - all while being optimally secured. He also discusses how Dell provides complete remote lifecycle management of IT infrastructure, bundled packages and special incentives for businesses in the current environment.
Having enabled work-from-home options for its employees over the last ten years, and being among the top 10 of Forbes' top 100 Companies for remote working jobs, Dell has a broad portfolio of solutions designed to help remote workers be productive no matter where they are, to help customers enable a remote workforce, and turn unique challenges into business opportunities. They are perfectly positioned to help customers through this difficult transition due to their own history of enabling their own flexible and remote workforce policies.
Dell’s connected workplace is a critical enabler of operational continuity in the modern era of the distributed workforce. It helps improve productivity and the working experience by providing users with secure access to data, apps and services no matter where they are located. Dell has built incredibly strong global relationships throughout their supply chain over the decades. which puts them in a position to be more agile during one of the greatest moments of uncertainty we’ve ever faced.