What's the status of remote working in SA?

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Anna Collard, KnowBe4 Africa.
Anna Collard, KnowBe4 Africa.

We’re more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s clear that work from home isn’t going to disappear any time soon. Companies of all sizes across all sectors have had to make the necessary adjustments to accommodate a remote workforce.

ITWeb, in partnership with KnowBe4, is conducting a survey to assess the status quo of remote working in South Africa, taking into consideration risks, priorities and the human factor.

Anna Collard, SVP of content strategy and evangelist at KnowBe4 Africa, says the objective of the survey is to identify risks, challenges, priorities, security concerns and any new technologies or process that can assist in managing the remote workforce.

The survey also examines whether remote work is indeed a future reality for South African organisations. It seeks to uncover whether remote workers have returned to the office with the easing of lockdown restrictions and if remote workers are trained and able to withstand social engineering attacks.

We hope you’ll be able set aside a few minutes of your time to participate in the survey, and stand a chance to win a lucky draw prize, a Google Home Voice-Activated Smart Speaker. 

The detailed results of the survey, and the prize winner, will be published on ITWeb.

To play your role in compiling this remote work trends report, click on the link below:

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