Today, given the prevalence of ubiquitous, secure networking due to the emergence of the Internet along with the growth of mobile technologies such as lightweight laptops, cellphones, wireless connections, and handheld tablets, most employees can work from anywhere as long as there is an adequate corporate infrastructure to support sophisticated remote work. Information technology (IT) has long had a history of supporting a distributed workforce. Also, many technology companies have embraced the philosophy of the Results-Only Work Environments (ROWE) which stipulates that a company ought not to be concerned about where employees are or what they are doing as workers are meeting the expectations of their job. As a result, working from home, or the gym for that matter has gained wider acceptance.
Still, for employees outside of IT, remote work was more the exception than the rule. But, now that the COVID-19 pandemic is upon us, anybody who can work remotely, is working remotely.
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