When we moved to 2020, there were 1.7 million people working from home regularly. Less than 30% of the workforce claimed they had ever worked remotely. However, this has increased drastically ever since the pandemic kicked in. most people are just getting used to working from home as it’s their first time. Here are some tips on how you can make this transition an easy and fruitful one!
1. Samsung Galaxy S20 range
If you are working from home, you need a powerful device to match high levels of productivity. The Samsung Galaxy S20 range brings to you intelligently and a big battery that helps you stay connected for longer. Moreover, there is massive storage going upto as far as 512GB for the S20 Ultra 5G.
- Galaxy S20: Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cloud Pink
- Galaxy S20 at £799, Galaxy S20 5G at £899
- Galaxy S20+ 5G: Cosmic Grey, Cloud Blue, Cosmic Black
- At £999
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G: Cosmic Grey, Cosmic Black
- Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 128GB at £1199, Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G 512GB £1399
2. Samsung Galaxy Note10 Enterprise Edition
You need to be always connected and protected and the best way to achieve both is with the Samsung Galaxy Note10 Enterprise Edition. It brings a new level of power, manufactured specifically for those who need every aspect of their work-life to be integrated into their phone with maximum security. Knox Configure, Knox Manage, and E-FOTA are all features integrated into the Enterprise Edition which makes management easy.
The Samsung Galaxy Enterprise Edition range is available with the Galaxy S20 & Galaxy S20+, Galaxy Tab Active Pro, Galaxy Note10, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy A40, and Galaxy XCover Pro. For more information, please visit
3. Samsung DeX
Working from home all means a lot of multitasking. You can stay on top of it with the Samsung DeX. it can help your Samsung device become a phone and a computer both for optimal productivity.
You can connect your Samsung Galaxy S20 to a monitor via DeX to create a desktop experience. The apps are optimized allowing you to use all the software you need to work at full productivity.
4. Samsung Galaxy Buds+
Working from home means communicating over calls and having meetings over the computer. You need a good hearing device and the perfect one is the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. There will be no issues of background noises during conference calls in all locations thanks to the beamforming on the exterior microphone. The sound quality is crystal clear so you don’t miss out on any important information.
5. Samsung Galaxy Book S
Working remotely from the same position can become boring and mundane. Without acquaintances around, it becomes difficult but with the Samsung Galaxy Book S, you can always be changing places with its incredible mobility similar to that of a smartphone. It is a powerful tablet that offers the mobility of a phone but the power of a PC. So, users can experience freedom and work anywhere and everywhere, without tethering users to a desk or sofa.
6. SmartThings Energy Control
It is important to keep a check on how energy is being consumed at home since most of us are working remotely. SmartThings Energy Control gives you detailed, up to the minute information through the SmartThings app to get an idea about the home’s energy usage and cost by the minute, hour, day, or month. You can also keep a check on which device is using the most energy.
7. Samsung Space Monitor
Want to customize and optimize the working space? It has become a priority for everyone since working from home became a trend. The Samsung Space Monitor boasts a space-saving design – when it’s not in use, it pushes back to sit flat against a wall, leaving the entire work surface clear. When it’s time to get back to work, simply re-position the screen and adjust to the preferred viewing position. It can also be quickly and easily raised or lowered to the optimum viewing height, making it a versatile solution for use at home.
8. Samsung’s The Frame
The Frame is both art and television. You can binge-watch shows and YouTube all day long. But when it comes to working or a conference call, instead of turning it off into a black screen, put up a personal gallery or showcase stunning art or photographs with the Art Mode as it looks like a real frame.