Mouser electronics sponsors digi webinar on networking strategies for remote workers

Mouser Electronics , Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader empowering innovation, is proudly sponsoring a new webinar from Digi  titled “ Secure, Reliable  Connections: Networking Strategies for Remote Workers .” In the webinar, Digi’s Director of Product Management, Randall Kerr, will discuss how companies can better prepare workers and protect data security as the home-based workforce becomes the new standard in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Register now for the webinar, which occurs at 10 a.m. U.S. Central time on April 14, 2020, and will be available on demand after the event.

While the remote worker scenario has become increasingly common over the past several years, the recent spread of COVID-19 has changed everything, demonstrating what happens when virtually the entire workforce from thousands of companies must suddenly begin working remotely. This shift has caused enormous strain on corporate network infrastructure, and increased security vulnerabilities, while straining the ability of IT groups to monitor and correct issues for employees across an increasingly distributed workforce.

Remote workers’ home Wi-Fi can present risks to proprietary data and confidential internal communications. Fortunately, it is possible to provide commercial-level security at an  affordable cost with connectivity solutions from Digi.

Digis cellular extenders deliver secure, reliable, high-performance connectivity in a compact, all-in-one solution at low cost, and integrate seamlessly with an existing infrastructure. Digi Connect  IT console servers provide IT teams with remote, out-of band access so they can remotely troubleshoot and remediate issues, wherever they may occur across the workforce. Digi Remote Manager enables IT teams to have complete control and can easily and securely monitor and configure devices remotely. And all of these solutions enable organizations to offer flexible work arrangements long into the future.

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