I’ve had the nice privilege of personally working from home for about 5 years, and this article by PC magazine is excellent.  It is important to setup formal workspace at home & schedule of availability.  Also ensure your home office has great high speed Internet capabilities, proper seating, docking station, large monitor(s) and business telephone capabilities. As I have around 2 hours of computing time per day, I often give that back to company in appreciation of this excellent privilege

And ensure best security practices of staying up-to-date on security updates & anti-virus protection.  Also use commercial grade equipment from company itself, which will be built around best safety standards — including especially VPN based access into the network.  But most importantly, give your employer an honest day’s work & contribute in a manner where you are just as productive as a virtual team member as you would be in the office

And always keep in mind that violations of trust & productivity will result in loss of this excellent privilege for not only yourself but possibly others in office.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/get-organized-20-tips-for-working-from-home

The outbreak of the coronavirus has more people working from home. If you’re new to working remotely, these tips from a home-office pro can help you stay productive and maintain balance.  Everyone who works remotely has to figure out when to work, where to work, and how to create boundaries between work and personal life. What about office equipment, career development, training opportunities, and building relationships with colleagues?  Here are 20 tips for leading a better and more productive remote-working life, based on my experience and what I’ve learned from others.