As we enter the latter stages of the pandemic and staff start retuning to offices, it seems that many companies still can’t agree on what to do about remote and hybrid working. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff claims that workers can do their jobs from home, but a new report from Deutsche Bank suggests that the remote working honeymoon could be over. Microsoft allows its staff to work remotely for less than 50 percent of the working week, and Amazon’s policy is that employees can work from home two days a week as standard practice. According to a new report from Deutsche Bank, our love affair with remote working could be coming to end. The report, released this week, doesn’t hide the benefits of working from home, but also highlights some of the more negative impacts that working in isolation could have on employees. The extraordinary circumstances that let this genie out of the bottle may subside, but the genie is out of the bottle nonetheless as far as remote working is concerned. From web conferencing platforms that allow for easy communication with teams and clients, to business VPNs that help protect both businesses and individuals, to remote working solutions to really let your employees bring the office home.