When the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to work remotely, it wasn’t clear at the time how long the situation would last. As we look ahead to the new year, it’s become clear that many organizations will continue to operate remotely through at least mid-2021, with a mix of organizations shifting to hybrid work models where a percentage of employees will split their time between remote and in-office locations.
The prolonged conditions are prompting CIOs and technology leaders to think carefully about what the future of work will look like and how they can best position their companies and team members to remain engaged and productive for the long haul. This includes providing the right collaboration tools to connect remote and in-office workers across geographies and time zones. Plus, CIOs and members of the executive team are also taking a hard look at where and how people in the organization will be working going forward, including tough decisions that need to be made about the use of commercial office space.
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