Business Technology Analysisworking at home

Working from home is a unique opportunity for your trusted employees to get more work done. To make the situation work for your company, these employees need to use physical and virtual tools to maximize efficiency.

Physical working space tools

  • Laptop with the same software used in the office
  • Business-grade internet access
  • Dedicated space, like a spare bedroom or a corner of the home
  • Desk with chair. If you wish to switch between sitting and standing, you can buy a standing desk from VARIDESK.
  • Computer monitors. If you have space, you can add a second monitor to spread out many open application windows.
  • Keyboard and mouse
  • Noise-canceling wireless headphones
  • Pens and paper
  • Shelving and storage
  • Fans and space heaters
  • Desk lamp
  • Snacks, including water, coffee, tea, fruits, veggies, protein bars
  • Alternative space in case of internet interruptions or noisy house guests. Look for coworking spaces, libraries, bookstores, coffee shops, hotels, and universities in the area.

Virtual working space tools

If you need help setting up remote office tools, contact us at or 877-794-3811. We offer Digital Workspaces, which combines applications, documents, and communications into a single cloud dashboard.