How Samsung mobile solutions are powering remote work for government offices

on 29-09-2021
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As government offices re-evaluate return-to-work timelines, tech that simplifies the work-from-home set-up is top priority

 

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the home and the office were separate entities for government employees across the country. As the era of remote work went from “new normal” to “status quo” over the last year, home and office have become one and the same. Canada’s public sector employees, who have navigated shifting protocols and public health measures over the past 18-plus months, continue to face the challenge of continuing remote operations while keeping official services running smoothly.

 

Acknowledging the unpredictability of a fourth wave, government decision-makers must invest in adaptable technologies that can facilitate a model for sustained remote work. Thankfully, the Samsung Galaxy device line-up meets the flexibility, productivity and mobility needs of Canadian government employees to make work-from-home as seamless as possible.

 

Cutting-edge Samsung smartphones enable functional work

To ensure remote work remains seamless and productive, the work-from-home environment must be equipped with powerful, mobile tools. With the Samsung Galaxy A Series smartphones, including the Galaxy A12, Galaxy A32 5G and Galaxy A52 5G smartphones, government employees can power through a day of remote work, avoid low-battery panic and not feel short on storage or screen space.

 

With long-lasting battery life and Super Fast Charging[1] on the Galaxy A32 5G and Galaxy A52 5G, employees can stay powered and connected whether they’re in the home office, at the kitchen table, or on the back patio. Plus, these Galaxy smartphones come with enhanced capacity so employees don’t have to worry about maxing out on storage for important files while working remotely. With 128GB of storage built in, plus room to store up to 1TB more with a MicroSD card[2], the whole office—and the cloud—are at their fingertips. Employees can tap into cloud-based corporate apps like Microsoft Teams remotely and access collaborative workspaces through their Galaxy A device.

 

While employees may be stuck at home, expansive smartphone displays can make remote work feel less restricting. Employees can multi-task and review content on the Galaxy A Series smartphones’ spacious Infinity Display and enjoy their work in crisp, high-definition clarity.

 

Galaxy ecosystem takes work-from-home up a notch

The Galaxy ecosystem works to streamline a remote-work lifestyle through the integration of seamless, intuitive features across several devices. Consider the virtual conference call: Government employees no longer need to scramble pairing their headphones or untangling wires when logging into a video conference from their Galaxy Book Pro. Instead, the Galaxy Book Pro will immediately recognize and connect to the cord-free Galaxy Buds2 earbuds as soon as employees open the charging case. With three microphones, built-in voice pick-up and active noise cancellation, employees will always come through crystal clear on conference calls.

 

While presenting and sharing documents from their laptop on the call, employees can extend the screen of their Galaxy Book Pro to the Galaxy Tab S7 FE to jot down notes at the same time. Presenters can drag their note-taking application from their laptop to their tablet screen, make notes using the included S Pen, and easily drag them back once completed to brush up on details or send out action items.

 

The Galaxy ecosystem is primed for effective multitasking. When other team members are presenting, employees can stay on top of their phone notifications so they don’t miss an urgent message. With Link to Windows integrated into the Galaxy A Series smartphones and Galaxy Book Pro, they’ll be able to see their phone’s notifications right on their laptop screen, streamlining their workflow so they can prioritize urgent tasks. Plus, with the integration of Microsoft Office 365 apps, employees can sync files between their A Series smartphone and laptop computer, combine calendars, and so much more.

 

As government employees continue to deliver critical infrastructure for their surrounding communities even while working remotely, public sector offices have a unique opportunity to lead technological innovation in the workplace. By investing in mobile-first tools that enable flexibility and seamless workflow during the remote work era, governments have a great opportunity to empower their employees to set a new standard of productivity.

 

To learn more about Samsung business solutions, contact us at insidesales.seca@samsung.com

 

[1] 25W Super Fast Charger sold separately. Actual charging speed may also vary depending on the actual usage, charging conditions and other factors.
[2]MicroSD card sold separately.

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