Australia Future of Work (FoW) is a holistic strategy that aims to leverage digital technologies, attitudes, and behaviors to reinvent the way businesses engage with their employees, partners, and customers to drive higher efficiencies and deliver superior experiences that results in sustained competitive advantage.
Australia Future of Work
Markets and Subjects Analyzed
The FoW framework is centered around three themes:
- Workspace: The workspace of the future will increasingly be anytime, anywhere, and a mix of physical and virtual spaces but ensure security and compliance.
- Work culture: The work culture will be even more borderless, collaborative, and innovation focused, with culture as the defining character that enterprises will utilize to compete.
- Workforce: The workforce of the future will increasingly be distributed and intelligent machines and humans working together.
- AR/VR Enabling the Future of Work
- Enterprise Mobility Management Software
- Intelligent Applications Driving Workforce Transformation
- Unified Endpoint Management
- Enterprise Mobility Vendor Assessment Criteria
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Key Questions Answered
- What will the FoW look like?
- What technologies will enable FoW?
- How will FoW change mobile workspaces and experiences?
- What are IT buyers' priorities, challenges, and spending plans for FoW implementation in Australia, and how can vendors address them?
- What does my organisation need to do to compete in a new digitized era? What are the user case studies of FoW?
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