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Coronavirus and IT: Implications of the Newly Distributed Workforce

IT organizations must accelerate their efforts to become more scalable, agile, proactive and forward-thinking in order to adequately support the Distributed Workforce at scale. They need to consider a variety of factors, but for simplification purposes I’ve grouped these factors into three primary categories: Improved Operating Model, Accessible Technology and a new IT resource Mindset . Let’s discuss each in more detail:

Improved Operating Model

Operating at scale demands adjustments, if not significant changes, to the IT model. CIOs must respond to this demand by expanding IT resources from a single, back-office department, into a more holistic, process-driven and measurable approach. Strong governance and clear performance requirements need to be implemented across the entire organization. If not, companies could face the dreaded Shadow IT problem - a disorganized and decentralized mess that is arduous to manage and difficult to scale.



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