Five benefits of being an Apple-exclusive remote workplace

By Victorio Duran III

Driven by the pandemic, remote work has been adopted globally – and it looks set to stick around. Of course, this doesn’t have to be a disadvantage. Working from home can increase productivity.

We already know from previous studies that Mac users tend to work better and more efficiently than PC users. In fact, employees who use Apple products were found to be 22% more likely to exceed expectations.

This knowledge can be used to employers’ advantage.

If working remotely increases productivity, and using Apple products increases productivity and overall work performance, it can only be a good idea to combine the two.

Here are five key benefits of moving towards an Apple-exclusive remote work environment.

The best ways to work together

It can be hard to work collaboratively when the whole team is spread across different cities, countries, and time zones. Apple’s products and software offer some very effective solutions to this problem.

Featuring great management control and security, Apple’s team collaboration apps are some of the best on the market.

Thousands of new apps are added to the App Store every year. These can be accessed across various Apple products – meaning that employees can join in on team collaborative efforts from an iPhone, iPad, or Mac computer, among others.

It’s no surprise, then, that Apple is going to play a big role in the future of team collaboration.

The apps that their products boast access to aren’t limited to just one kind of collaborative work either. For example, it’s just as simple to find the perfect human resources software as it is to find the ideal virtual workplace on Apple’s platform.

Making management simple

An Apple-exclusive workplace will have an easy time with remote management.

When managers have access to the great selection of apps and software the App Store offers,  training remote employees becomes a simple – but no less important – matter. Studies have shown that remote workers who are given training enjoy various benefits:

And it’s not just human resource management that benefits from an Apple-based workplace, either.

Remote product management also gets a boost in efficiency – meaning that the products created by a company will be better organized and more effectively handled. This helps ensure that the switch to remote work doesn’t negatively impact management of any kind – a major advantage of an Apple-exclusive workplace.

Top quality organization

Apple makes workplace organization a cinch. Having a well-organized system is crucial to encouraging a productive remote work environment for many reasons. It’s important for employees to know what’s happening, who to report to, and what they’re meant to be working on. The better a workplace is at organizing remote employees and products, the more satisfied those employees will be – which boosts productivity and work output quality.

Users of Apple software and products will have an easy time creating a strong remote work strategy that keeps projects and teams alike organized. 

By switching to an all-Apple remote work environment, businesses can ensure that their teams have access to the best organizational technology. When everyone is working on the same platform, you don’t need to worry about incompatible file types or inaccessible programs.

Device management becomes much easier too, meaning everyone will be on the same page. Tools like Jamf Now let the IT department manage all Apple devices from one singular location. Updates can be scheduled, passwords can be reset, and devices wiped if needed. This makes organizing a whole company’s worth of devices much easier.

Mobile devices and their functions

It’s a well-known fact that Apple’s AI voice assistant Siri comes pre-built into most of its devices. But did you know that Siri is the second most popular workplace assistant? That makes her a very useful AI service to include in all company iPhones! Employees can ask her to set reminders, create calendar events, message team members, and much more.

Siri is one part of why Apple’s iPhones are the ideal mobile device for a remote workplace. Another is that iPhones can be paired with the best small business phone service to optimize user experience and create the most efficient work environment possible.

Control and optimization

On Apple’s iOS based platforms, managers have access to workforce optimization software that helps ensure the whole company is running smoothly.

This type of software is designed to maximise the workforce’s potential. Using it effectively lets managers and employers control teams’ productivity and output, as well as employee satisfaction.

In terms of increased control, it’s important to consider the SIP (session initiation protocol) that’s being employed. This is the software that controls and secures communication connections within a business. Apple’s platforms let businesses select the best SIP provider for their ends, thereby boosting employers’ control and helping to optimize workforce output.

In short…

Providing employees with Apple products makes for an excellent remote work environment, which in turn increases productivity and, as a direct result, business revenue.

Remote work can be isolating, but with access to Apple’s teamwork platforms, this won’t be a problem. Teams can collaborate on projects, share ideas, and work out solutions together most effectively if the whole team is using apps on Apple products (such as group FaceTime).

The great management tools that Apple’s devices provide access to are also hugely helpful in maximizing a team’s productivity. Managers can direct their teams, as well as the production of products or items, remotely using these tools.

Victorio Duran III is the associate SEO Director at RingCentral, a global leader in cloud-based communications and collaboration solutions. He has over 13 years of extensive involvement on web and digital operations with diverse experience as web engineer, product manager, and digital marketing strategist.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.