Digital dislocation

Digital dislocation


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Driving growth by making it easier for global employees to communicate and collaborate – wherever they are

Global research from BT and Cisco: digital dislocation at work.

Out-of-date communications infrastructure and limited investment in new technology are holding back the introduction of new collaboration technologies that employees want to use, resulting in employees increasingly bringing their own devices to work. And this brings certain risks for large organisations around the world – a digital dislocation. Organisations need to improve communication and collaboration to drive growth and keep ahead of competitor trends in a rapidly changing world. They have to make it easier for all employees to collaborate – whether they’re in the office, working from home, at clients’ sites or on the move.

Our global survey reveals just how big a problem ‘digital dislocation’ is in the workplace.

The research reveals that:

  • Organisations that have rolled out a cloud technology beyond trial have benefitted, with average total operating costs falling by 25 per cent.
  • They have seen a 30 per cent increase in employee satisfaction directly following implementation of cloud based collaboration technology.
  • Crucially, far fewer IT decision makers view security as a barrier to using cloud based collaboration, down to 52 per cent, from 68 per cent three years ago.

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