By Jody Grunden
Working remotely has some great perks for the employees – flexible hours, no commute, casual dress and fewer distractions, to name a few. However, working remotely can also present some unique challenges when it comes to technology and security.
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Unlike a traditional brick-and-mortar office, when you work remotely, no one is going to walk into your home office and set up your equipment for you. Employees have to be willing and able to hook up all those cables, monitors and other peripherals themselves.