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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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Articles posted by James McMahon

People matter: Six ways to empower tomorrow’s workforce

The pandemic has changed the way we work forever. When we examined emerging work trends, we found that home working is the new normal for 40% of employees, 62% of employees are not engaged, and 45% of employees would leave their job if forced to return to the office. While nobody knows what will happen in the coming…

Evolving Workplaces for Evolving Workforces

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.…

Digital Workplaces – a transformed approach to the way we work

Digital business transformation initiatives, combined with changing user behaviour and virtual work cultures, are forcing organizations to rethink the way employees work. Gartner predicts that by 2020, the greatest source of competitive advantage for 30% of organizations will come from the workforce’s ability to creatively exploit digital technologies, drawing a direct link between…

Try. Fail. Learn – The fastest route to realizing Business Outcomes and a truly Digital Workplace

In modern IT, nothing is as divisive as the concept of Digital Transformation. Eliciting equal parts excitement and fear, digital transformation projects are recognised as being crucial for IT innovation, but also difficult to secure backing from senior management. Part of the issue is quantifying the…

Stay Ahead of the Pack in Digital Transformation

Driving the Digital Agenda It may seem strange, but technology is no longer about machines. Consumers are no longer wowed by technology specifications; no longer left starry-eyed by the technical firepower within a device. Far more important is its functionality and how the tech will fit into their lifestyle. A similar change has happened in the organisation. While…

Thriving in the digital workplace - Future of Work part 1

Tablets may only be just over five years old, but they are already part of a new generation of devices that are infiltrating our personal lives. With the average worker connecting to up to four devices at any time, the employee now has access to better IT at home than…

Consumer Uprisings in the Workplace

For many of us living in democracy means being able to do what we like, when we like and where we like, within reason. There are rules to follow for the wellbeing of ourselves, our possessions and others and, as an adult in society, we are expected to follow these rules, whether we agree with them or not and of course failure…

The BYOD triathlon

With the Olympics upon us my personal levels of excitement are about to go through the roof. In particular Triathlon is a sport I will be watching very closely. Whilst it is a relatively new Olympic sport (introduced in Sydney 2000). On top of this team GB (sorry to be so patriotic) have a great chance of medals in both men’s and women’s events. All…

Implementing Bring your own – don’t forget your race day tactics…

Bring Your Own (BYO) device is one of the hot topics of 2012. I have friends and family (who mostly don’t work in IT), asking me about this BYO idea that they have heard about via the coverage it has had on mainstream news sites (good and bad). Then they tell me how…

Size isn’t everything; it’s what you do that counts...

Comparison of size is nothing new and it’s well-known that ‘size isn’t everything…’ a phrase said by every man at some stage in life, often when talking about a multitude of things. One of the big IT trends for the next 3 years is Big Data.  But for me it’s not about the size and ‘Small…

Consumerization vs Corporate IT Round 2 - Cloud comes to the party

"#Consumerization vs Corporate IT Round 2 - Cloud comes to the party" I read about Guy Lidbetter’s shiny Ultrabook in his blog and definitely felt a tiny wave of envy rush over me, but then I went back to my own tablet device and remembered why I find it so…

The adolescent teenager

As one of the younger members of the scientific community I remember fondly my teenage years better than some of my peers! I sit here reminiscing about good memories, glossing over some of the pain and angst of being a teenager.  As a teenager things change rapidly and new experiences (good and bad) happen, sometimes on a daily basis. Some of these events can be…