How prepared was your organization for the pandemic of 2020? If your answer is “not very,” you are not alone. Few could have predicted the circumstances that sped up the work from home (WFH) movement and catapulted remote access to the forefront for many organizations. Prior, there was a steady trend by some to support geographically diverse workforces with an emphasis on remote access. For most companies, however, a 100% virtual workforce was never the intention, nor were infrastructures and architectures designed to support it. Then came 2020 where, like it or not, remote access became the norm and organizations had to support entirely remote workforces as a requirement to continue to do business.