Future of Work

The Businesses of the 21st century face incredible challenges and opportunities

Transitioning to the Future of Work:
CIO Views

Digital transformation is ripping up the rule book in every business, with new ways of working being defined. But are those responsible for managing this cultural change prepared? Atos surveyed 100 CIOs and IT leaders in collaboration with social network, CIO WaterCooler, to find out, and uncover the key challenges they face in managing workplace disruption. The findings from the research are outlined in this new report, ‘Transitioning to the Future of Work: CIO Views’.

Learn more about the top trends shaping the future of work and main challenges on CIOs’ agenda

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It’s work, but not as we know it

Atos Digital Workplace

40% of employees will be millennials in 2020. Are you ready?

The minute you unchained employees from their desks, you started a revolution. Motivation and productivity are now heavily influenced by the qualities of the digital workplace you provide.

Atos will help you balance freedom and control – creating an agile, secure and affordable digital workplace in which your employees can thrive.

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… and is reinforced by:

Atos Codex, Insight-Driven Outcomes
Data will become increasingly important in the future of work

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Atos Canopy Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud
‘By 2020, a corporate “no-cloud” policy will be as rare as a “no-Internet” policy is today. (Gartner)’

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End-To-End SAP HANA
Only 60% of management time is spent on productive activities. Could we do better?

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Experience the Future of Work yourself

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Visit any of our BTICs to get hands-on experience of the Future of Work by experiencing technologies that will help you meet your transformation challenges and accelerate your business innovation.

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Future of Work – Experts’ views

Increased use of intelligent technology will pose fundamental questions about our future ways of working.

Read more in the Ascent Magazine

It’s work, but not as we know it

In this Future of Work trends report, in collaboration with futurist Richard van Hooijdonk, we explore the trends that will dominate the workplace over the next 20-30 years.

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