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Evolving Workplaces for Evolving Workforces


Posted on: September 13, 2017 by James McMahon

Almost half of tomorrow’s workforce will be comprised of Millennials. They are the future of all industry and employers are realising that their productivity and success relies on being able to attract and retain the best talent.

This generational shift signals the end of the workplace as we know it. Expectations on the way we work, where and how have changed dramatically.

The new workplace is expected to be an extension of the home with all the flexibility, comfort and reliability that cutting-edge technology can support. Working anywhere at any time is the new norm and business must be ready to offer this.

In the short video below, Evolving Workplaces for Evolving Workforces, we discuss how every industry can have a digital workplace, transforming employee experience and enhancing business performance.

At VMWorld Barcelona 2017, we’ll be exploring the Atos Digital Workplace in more detail, looking at some of the industries and use cases of a transformed workplace in action.

For further information, visit https://atos.net/en/events/vmworld-barcelona

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About James McMahon
VP, Head of Atos Digital Workplace and member of the Scientific Community
James is Head of the Atos Digital Workplace Practice boasting 10+ years’ experience of IT product management, strategy and solution architecture, targeted at enterprise customers. James is excited by developing and delivering transformational service offerings for enterprise customers, improving productivity, user experience and enabling new ways of working through cost effective services, including cloud, mobility, application & desktop virtualization, workplace as a service and BYOD solutions. Regularly meeting and working with customers (up to and including CxO level) is a key part of his role. He’s also a blogger on the Atos Ascent blog and member of the Atos Scientific Community for 5 years.

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