Future of Work
Over the next two years, 48% of the total workforce will work in a mobile or hybrid fashion and C-level IT and HR executives believe that more mobile-centric work styles are here to stay.
Omdia’s NEW Future of Work insights and recommendations, including the results of a global survey of 450 C-level executives, shed light on the key workplace transformation trends, help you position your organization for success, and answer questions, such as:
- What are the technology and strategic priorities organizations are making in evolving end-user computing, digital experiences, and enterprise communications?
- What do service providers, technology vendors, and enterprises need to consider for mobile and remote-based workers to be productive and secure both in and away from the office?
Enhance Your Go-to-Market Strategy with Key Future of Work Insights
To help you stay ahead of the competition and understand your customers’ workplace transformation priorities, we’re making select Future of Work survey results available to you now. Download our infographic for insights regarding:
- End-users’ satisfaction with their digital partners
- Workplace transformation budgets
- Effect of remote working on employee productivity and communication
“While businesses need to cater to a more hybrid way of working, companies will need to invest in infrastructure, technologies, and digital capabilities that support a variety of work arrangements, regardless of whether employees are hybrid, tethered, or nomad (fully mobile).”
Omdia Principal Analyst
2022 Future of Work Trends
Access a sneak peek of additional Future of Work insights, including a map of the Digital Ecosystem, charts summarizing work style splits and workplace transformation spending, Access our 2022 Future of Work eBook.
Meet the Analysts
Adam delivers research focused on helping enterprises, vendors, and service providers understand how mobility affects the workplace. His qualitative and quantitative insights help businesses deliver against important digital initiatives.
Adam Holtby, Omdia Principal Analyst
Tim has extensive experience in the unified communications and collaboration field, having held presales, technical, competitive marketing, business development, and senior product management roles prior to his joining Informa Tech (now Omdia).
Tim Banting, Omdia Practice Leader, Digital Workplace