Fast-paced technological and digital innovations have not only changed the way that we live but also the way that we work. Today, organizations around the world are integrating digital workplaces as part of their digital transformation strategy to make it easier for employees to communicate, collaborate and engage.
The world’s changing like never before. 3D printing, sustainable space travel, genetic fortune-telling, and even an AI-infused Monopoly game that challenges devious dealings. Yet, there is one constant that persists – the need for a solid career plan. As nearly all aspects of life become more intertwined with technology, IT jobs will continue to grow over the next decade.
Information technology—and the computers, devices, and networks that it supports—is essential to our time. At work, at home, and on the go, having reliable access to information through our technology has become critical to our lives. And as the industry continues to evolve, the world needs a capable and skilled workforce to keep it running smoothly.
New technology changes can have a positive impact not just on how people work, but on your office culture as well.
Would you like to get your job done without that long commute by car or mass transit? Do you have more flexibility to work around your kids’ crazy schedules? Are you able to work during your most productive hours, be that early in the morning, at mid-day or late at night? Then you’d probably like to work from home. Although it goes by many names-telecommuting, telework, working remotely, working from home-more people want it, no matter what we call it. And more people are doing it.