The coronavirus crisis has forced organizations to try out remote work arrangements whenever possible, whether they were ready to do so or not. Some organizations had been doing this for years, and the transition was pretty simple. Others had been resistant to the idea but came around because it was the best option to continue getting work done while social distancing.
Given this situation, many employers have discovered that, with the right tools, remote work not only is possible but also can actually work really well. Productivity did not take the dip some were fearing. In fact, many employees working remotely end up doing more work than before due to the absence of a commute and no clear cut-off time to leave to go home.