Video calls are here to stay, users need to upgrade to business-class tools
Following the rush to equip home offices in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, employees across South Africa have settled into remote work or hybrid work models, and they are now starting to discover the pain points of home offices.
Uncomfortable workstations and distractions are top concerns among remote workers now, says Paul Furmie, Head of Video Collaboration – South Africa at Logitech. It’s vital to have a comfortable chair and table to work at, and to set the laptop at the right height to avoid slouching and backache, he says. Equally important is the comfort and quality of the collaboration tools remote workers are using.