Travelling without moving: Remote access in a post-Brexit world
Britain, London in particular, has long been favoured as the business capital of Europe. While it’s unlikely that this accolade will change dramatically in the future, the speculation around Brexit has certainly shaken the crown of European business. According to recent news, many businesses are choosing to expand operations in Dublin rather than London ahead of Brexit and even Panasonic has announced that it’s moving its European headquarters from the UK to Amsterdam.
Although some debates reflect a counter view to this, many enterprises are factoring in contingency plans such as creating satellite offices in Europe, considering greater travel between countries, or are simply considering relocating. While these decisions may address concerns around Brexit, moving staff around and increasing the number of locations and remote workers can pose challenges to IT and helpdesk teams. Read more..