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Q&A: Will skills be the key to the 'future of work'?

At the moment many organizations are talking about what the future of work might look like. This covers everything from the impact it might gave on employees’ well-being to the possibilities afforded by large quantities of accurate IoT office data. But how might this all pan out in practice? Atif Mahmood, IT Director of Targus in EMEA share his views in a lightly edited Q&A below.

 

What might the future of work mean in practice?

The future of work in practice will, as expected, be heavily focused around the role that technology will continue to play in enabling wider business developments.

Whether being used to enable flexible / remote working, drive digital transformation, introduce data-driven work environments or encourage heightened productivity, technology will be at the heart of businesses for many years to come.

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