As everybody knows since COVID-19 the vast majority of office work has continued remotely. How are you getting on with wfh?
There are definite pros; control of work environment (lighting/monitor/ergonomics etc) however there are also cons (lack of a decent workspace at home, wifi issues etc).
Looking forward in many respects the 'wfh office' could be a boon to this community. More than likely in the future I suspect employers will not lend hardware to permanent wfh employees and everything will operate via citrix/VPN. The onus is on the employee to ensure that his/her setup is up to the task of the work. I have seen some adverts online for wfh jobs which require (prior to applying) that W8.1 and above is installed, at least 8GB RAM, QC CPU and an ethernet connection.
It may be worth testing out remote desktop solutions such as TeamViewer/AnyDesk/VNC/RDP and see if you can find one which is comfortable across AppleOS/W10 etc. In my case right now (touch wood!) TeamViewer is perfectly comfortable across Mac and Windows devices, so long as I am using the TV Client on my known good machine. You can set TV to LAN-only and probably block updates if you wanted. Also it can run at full resolution and pass-through audio. The one downside for me is it isn't 60fps and can be a little pixelated at times, even over Gigabit LAN, but at least it's not using PCoIP to duplicate the dithering/noise etc.
So I guess my point in this ramble was, what are your thoughts on the future of wfh offices? Will it be easier or harder to find comfortable devices, and do you consider it a game changer for avoiding harmful work lighting/devices?