Work 2.0: The Shift to Virtualisation Is On

Work 2.0: The Shift to Virtualisation Is On

This executive brief examines how organisations are maximising their resources and leveraging an increasingly virtual workforce that can function effectively whenever or wherever the work needs to get done—whether that’s in a client’s office, from home, on the floor of a hospital, in a temporary trailer on a project site, or in a factory site located across an ocean—and gain access to their desktops and applications even if they switch from one device or location to another.

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