The pandemic has changed where we work and how we work— and it’s reinforced the need for robust security to protect remote teams, says Jamf CEO Dean Hager.

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The big move out

Hager’s company began working remotely over a year ago in response to the pandemic. In 24 hours, the firm’s entire global team switched to working from home. As a tech-focused company, Jamf experienced little business disruption during the  transition. To some extent, this was because the company chose to follow best-practice advice for remote working:

  • Make use of off-premises cloud infrastructure where possible.
  • Migrate all communications from fixed line to mobile and video conferencing.
  • Use the latest technologies — in Jamf’s case (as in 23% of US industry) that meant Macs and iPhones.

“My advice to companies who were not ready to go remote a year ago would be to implement these practices now, because remote work is here to stay,” said Hager.

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