Experiences over the past three years have revealed that many organizations were not adequately prepared for a worldwide pandemic from a business continuity perspective. But most enterprises responded by establishing remote working environments on short notice and built out the network infrastructure and security measures to support them. Now, emerging from pandemic lockdowns, most businesses are retaining these remote work capabilities, even if they are to support a hybrid work model. Businesses are now more resilient, not just in facing another pandemic but in supporting remote work in the event of other natural or man-made disasters. (21 pp., 9 fig.)
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