Branch offices are sometimes referred to as remote offices because they are located somewhere other the company's main or campus enterprise network. Branch offices are implemented to serve certain geographic or demographic areas as well as to expand the access of customer services and other services available to beyond the home office. These offices allow the company to have presence in more communities than just the one location where the main or headquarters branch is located.
It is becoming commonplace that most enterprises have more employees in their branch offices than at their corporate headquarters. This 'distributed model', if . . .
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