The whole world is following the progress of the novel corona virus, which has quickly developed into a global pandemic. Politicians are reacting with drastic demands and measures to curb the exponential growth of the pandemic. Companies that are able to shift their activities to the digital world are increasingly resorting to the most important tool currently available, which is the home office.

Here you can find out how home working works best and what you should be aware of. We also face the challenge of working from home to keep the Covid 19 sickness rate as low as possible - because the global goal is to "flatten the curve". For this reason we will be taking you through the tools that can be used to make working from home productive.

We provide you with tools that enable ergonomic working, link devices together, simplify video conferencing, and support your workflow. We will also reveal important rules of conduct to help you make the move into the home office a success.

Monitor holders or monitor elevations are a more cost-effective alternative that can be implemented at short notice. Because a display that can be flexibly adjusted in height is just as useful as an adaptable desk. DIGITUS® offers various models for every need. The portfolio also includes mobile notebook stands. A special highlight: The integrated USB-C™ docking station 11-in-1 in the aluminium monitor extension.
USB Type-C™ Docking Station
USB Universal Docking Station
USB Grafik-Adapter
Home Office - Hygiene
Wireless Video Extender
Home Office - Ergonomic working
Tips for a productive working day in the home office

Depending on the living situation, one is more or less confronted with distractions in the home office. Either by people in the household, neighbours or even by the need to do something at home. Just being able to run a machine with laundry running or put something away - many things are on offer. 

A precise schedule helps us in the home office not to lose sight of the essentials. Structure your working day and organise your breaks well. Think about what you want to do after work in the morning and set priorities. Make a note of exactly what you want to do during working hours - because not only discipline but also good planning is important to get the desired performance from your home office. 

Without the routine daily routine in the office, we often forget to take regular breaks and move around. The little walk after the break or coffee together is no longer necessary. Therefore it is advisable to set a timer. Health experts recommend interrupting work briefly every 90 minutes so that the brain can process the information and recover accordingly. Also, get up and move around the room to get your circulation going again - this is especially useful during an "afternoon low".

Maintain the usual culture of communication: greet your colleagues in chat or via collaboration software. This not only keeps up the team spirit, but also sends a mental signal to start, pause or finish work. In the same way, you communicate transparently whether you are currently within reach for the team.