TECH SUPPLIER Sep 2020 - Market Perspective - Doc # LA45919420
Digital Workplace in Latin America
By: Jay Gumbiner, Diego AnesiniProgram Director, Enterprise and Telecom Infrastructure Solutions, Latin America, Paola SorianoDirector, Consumer and Commercial Devices, Latin America, Waldemar SchusterProgram Manager, IT Services, Latin America
When companies are thrown into a ‘crisis’ or ‘emergency’ mode, it’s easy to let certain best practices slide, so having robust and scalable solutions that are also secure becomes ever more critical. The blurring of lines between work environments physical versus digital and traditional office versus home office, will be further enabled by technology. The future of work will depend on how well companies and employees adapt to 3 key areas which IDC defines as culture, space and force.
“Having this more fluid workforce which is shifting between traditional office environments, remote work locations and home office set-ups, will require flexible and scalable technology solutions that will provide peace of mind to both the line of business managers overseeing the employees, as well as the IT departments charged with the technical aspects,” writes Jay Gumbiner, Research Vice President, IDC Latin America.
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