Since the pandemic began more than a year and a half ago, government agencies and their workforces, just like their private sector business counterparts, have been constantly adapting to “the new normal” of remote work. As the pandemic continued, federal workforces adapted to a work-from-anywhere model.
That relatively stable, but always tentative, landscape is again set to shift, as pandemic restrictions ease and opportunities to return to offices and other workplaces open up. Agencies are again faced with tough choices on how to handle that evolution, network security and connectivity.
In this replay, government experts who are making these choices will provide insight into how they’re steering through the options for remote and hybrid workplaces.