Cesare Garlati, director of consumerisation at Trend Micro, discusses what enterprises need to consider as large numbers of staff prepare to work remotely during the Games
A large proportion of staff are set to work remotely this summer as the Olympic Games disrupt the UK's transport networks.
Cesare Garlati, director of consumerisation at Trend Micro, discusses what enterprises need to consider as large numbers of staff prepare to work away from the office.
Garlati states that firms need to be aware of their software licensing deals, to ensure that the terms are not being infinged by remote workers. VPN scalability is another area of concern, with larger numbers of staff requiring remote access than usual this summer.
This article is part of a special Olympics Technology series.
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