Leveraging broadband technology to improve teleworking options

Bridgeford, Lydell C.
September 2007
Employee Benefit News;Sep2007, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p72
The article presents tips on how to leverage broadband technology to improve teleworking options. Amy Moriarty, senior engineering manager at Aetna, explained that one has to really plan on how and when one is going to implement the basis infrastructure that supports the teleworkers. Anthony Hernandez, managing director at consultancy SMART who specializes in technology infrastructure, said that the three main information technology (IT) challenges firms must consider concerning teleworkers are remote support, security and performance of applications.


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