Getting people back to the office is proving difficult for many organisations. Employees have got used to the flexibility, and to the lack of commuting, associated with home working.

Many organisations have saved money by allowing users to use their own technology and furniture  (saving the organisation the cost and trouble of providing and supporting it.)

But this creates more problems.  Firstly, security of company data, more likely to leak from a personal PC than a company one which has been secured.

Secondly, I would bet that few organisations have revised their business continuity plans to take account of al this home and hybrid working. It may be much harder to restart business after some form of disaster- including malicious cyber attacks.

So, before it is too late- check your business continuity plan and revise it where necessary to make sure your home workers are covered.