With many workplaces electing to allow their employees to remain remote, they’re attempting to establish a blended workplace environment; one where employees are just as welcome in the office as they are at home. These blended workplace environments offer both employees and the organizations that employ them many benefits but were first met with a lot of reluctance. Most of this reluctance was related to the potential liability that must be faced by a business in order to support remote employees. Challenges such as stolen or hacked hardware for example, that would otherwise be unlikely to occur if company technology remained in the office. Though this is an otherwise simple challenge, more complex ones exist. In fact, many of those risks and strategies to reduce their likeliness have been detailed in the resource featured alongside this post. Spend some time reviewing it to learn more about how to protect your remote employees and your business.