Unifying Your IT Environment is Key to Sustaining a Hybrid Workforce
Globally, businesses are seeking to develop hybrid workforces that are resilient, sustainable, and progressive that enable workers to perform well from any location.
Ever since the pandemic, we have seen markets, customer needs and business preferences change almost instantaneously over these past two years. What does this mean for IT leaders?
In an interview with Praveen Kumar, Senior Vice President & GM – Asia Pacific & Japan at Rocket Software, he said “Technology continues to be an important consideration for business and IT leaders in designing and navigating these changes by thinking and working with the most effective elements of multiple approaches, and we are seeing an evolution towards the world of hybrids across all industries.”
According to a study by Forrester, APAC information workers are more eager to return to the office as high-density living situations which accounts for 58% of workers in the region find the work from home (WFH) setup less productive, compared with 46% globally.
However, there is a problem that Praveen found based on that finding. In order to preserve or attract top talent in competitive hiring markets, he claimed that forcing employees to fully return to the office is not a viable solution.
“Leaders will find themselves adapting to new management strategies to cater to a permanently hybrid workforce, and a collaboration is vital between business and IT to make informed decisions about long-term work arrangements to ensure that employees have the right tools and work environment while maximising efficiency and productivity,” he explained.
Addressing the Problem of Distributed IT
Therefore, in order to achieve that, it is now more important than ever for the workforce to have a unified IT environment. The IT environment is growing exponentially as...Continue reading