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IT teams give remote tech the thumbs up, but worry about extra work

January 12, 2022


Research has found that remote access technologies have contributed to helping IT leaders feel less stressed at work.

However, the 3Gem study for Splashtop, based on a pole of 1,000 IT decision-makers at small, medium and large organisations, reported that one in four believe flexible working is only going to get more complex.

Two-fifths (42%) of those surveyed said their job had become more enjoyable as a result of the lack of stress they feel with flexible technologies in place, while 36% said they felt remote access tools gave their users and colleagues greater confidence in them as a decision-maker. Nearly half (47%) of the IT decision-makers surveyed agreed that remote access tools not only benefited users, but IT teams too.

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