Why Companies Need to Rethink Their Communication Strategy for Remote Teams

The digitalization of enterprises and the era of remote working have ushered in the need to bring remote teams together virtually, more than ever. With employees working from home for an indefinite time due to the pandemic, enabling collaboration and communication without hindrance to productivity is crucial for business continuity as well as employee engagement.

Moreover, when teams work remotely, by connecting to unknown networks often public or shared, the security of the business data that is shared over the communication tools is a key concern. Employees do not want to use latent email for sending files and updates, and if they use personal messaging apps, security is highly jeopardized. 

Hence, defining a communication strategy is critical for companies to ensure that employees have quick access to business resources whenever they need them while also making sure that the business documents are shared over a secure network. 

In this infographic, we have discussed the evolution of the communication strategy of remote teams, and the needs, challenges, and concerns around the same. 

Johnny Thompson

Johnny Thompson is a senior reporter for Generator Research in Los Angeles, reporting on technology, business, finances, and more. He previously worked as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal and got his start at newspapers in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

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