How to prevent employees from facing the “digital queue”?


In a world that is reorganizing itself, many changes have become visible: the home office, the masks for going out on the street, the distance and the queues. Yes, that's right: queues! Nowadays, waiting has also become the new norm and processes that we used to do simultaneously with other people, like buying at the supermarket, requiring queues and waiting.

But these queues are not the only ones we are facing, many workers are also finding “digital queues”. Working from their homes, they have to deal with long lines of data, which causes delays and low performance in time-sensitive applications, such as videoconferencing.


And in some cases, it seems that you even have to wait for your shift to have access to the information and applications needed for work, which impacts productivity.

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is to create a fast, efficient, and resilient computer network. As networks become larger and more complex, the traffic traveling through them needs more efficient routes.

This highlights the importance of network connectivity to be successful in business and deliver a good work experience.

But this is only possible if the networks are well designed. In this sense, the networks of the future must be prepared to guarantee business continuity in situations like this.

In addition, even under normal conditions, there will be a permanent need to handle distributed traffic on a global scale, as in recent months. The reason is clear: before the arrival of the coronavirus, there was a tendency to make work more flexible, but now this trend has accelerated. And remote work is the new normal.
aprabha2611 5 april 2021, 14:03
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