Building a Thriving Remote Workforce

Written By: Josh Dickinson

A few months ago, working from home was very new and concerning to many companies and employees alike. The surge of internet users stretched providers to levels they may not have been prepared for, which created a frustrating but educational experience for all.

While many of us may have accepted and maybe even embraced this “new normal”, working from home is still proving to be the telecommunications industry’s biggest opportunity and challenge.

A recent article in the New York Times, uncovered that not only has the recent pandemic changed the way we connect, but it has changed the way we work. Data collected by OpenVault, a company who specializes in the collection and analysis of household internet usage, found that “average downstream usage per customer in urban areas rose 98.3% while upstream per customer climbed 68.6%” as multiple devices are now being connected to home internet.

Industry Pain Points

Just as a man or woman has waking hours and sleeping hours, networks have an uptime and a downtime. Networks are traditionally built around uptimes to ensure proper bandwidth to support the network and data usage. In this unprecedented situation, these uptimes are not as predictable and therefore more difficult to support, but clearly not impossible.

Getting Back to the Office

The most obvious and ideal solution is for businesses and offices to reopen and for employees to go back to work as usual – AKA resuming normal uptime. At Hypercore Networks, we understand that this pandemic may have poked holes in even the best IT office set ups. Upgrades to these existing networks are more easily overcome and more cost effective than deconstructing to build a new remote infrastructure. See how we have helped other companies of various sizes upgrade their networks by reviewing our case studies.

When Getting Back to the Office is Not an Option

While getting back to the office may seem idea, we understand that it is not an option for everyone. We also understand that a remote workforce may also be a beneficial tradeoff for some companies, especially financially. Depending on the company, this could be a financial tradeoff worth investigating deeper, for where you reap savings of no physical overhead, you obtain the expense of IT overhead. We have had remote employees since our founding days, so we understand that this remote work can and does produce a return on investment when executed properly.

Solutions for Remote Workers

For those who continue to work remotely, it is vital to ensure they are set up with proper and secure access to everything they need to do their job and maintain speed. We offer a managed cloud-based SD-WAN product through the industry’s best providers as well as satellite options for even the most remote of remote employees. These products allow you to skip the unsecure reliance on your employees’ home internet and provide a long-term solution that is more redundant and secure to your organization. These products act like an express lane on the network highway during your uptime.

While our world may be facing unprecedented times, our team is up for the challenge as we are committed to helping customers increase their productivity so they can get back to doing what they do best. To learn more about how Hypercore Networks can help improve your network and/or provide a secure network for your remote employees, contact our sales team at

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