'Keeping it together': the challenges of remote and flexible working

Although the idea that work begins and ends ‘at the office’ is long gone, the decision to introduce or expand formal remote and flexible working arrangements within your legal team should not be taken lightly. This white paper draws on our extensive experience of helping organisations to maintain the integrity of their information while achieving effective remote working; it also explores in non-technical terms some of the basic IT considerations that need to be assessed in order to reap maximum benefits from remote working while mitigating the associated risks.

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