Google Workspace enables better connection between onsite and remote workers - Help Net Security

Google Workspace enables better connection between onsite and remote workers - Help Net Security

Google Workspace launched new tools and features to help users make the most of their time, collaborate equally, and deliver more impact—wherever they are.


According to Gartner, 90% of survey respondents plan to allow employees to work remotely at least part of the time, even after the Covid-19 vaccine is widely adopted.


The future of work has many organizations implementing a hybrid work model, or a mix of both at-home and in-office environments, which introduces a new set of productivity challenges.


As a result of work no longer being tied to just a physical place, time and attention are more precious, and building human connection is more crucial than ever.


Google Workspace’s latest innovations support flexibility in when and how employees work, enable better management of time and attention, and strengthen participation and collaboration equity, that is, the ability for everyone to contribute equally, regardless of location.


“As much of the world adopts a more hybrid workplace, the long-term success of this new dynamic will ultimately depend on the tools businesses have in place to both support their people and promote an inclusive culture,” said Javier Soltero, VP and GM of Google Workspace.


“From the very start, Google’s focus on productivity and collaboration has been rooted in the flexibility and mobility today’s employees demand.


“We’re now optimizing Google Workspace for the level of collaboration equity, time management and human connection needed for the sustainable and healthy hybrid workplace of the future.”


New additions to Google Workspace will further empower all the ways work happens in an ever-changing world. These updates include a frontline worker solution, a set of features to help people find mor ..