Data is rapidly becoming an organization’s most valuable asset. Data capital, or the value derived from data, has become the ultimate source of differentiation. But being able to handle on all this data can be difficult, especially when the amount of data stored by organizations is immense – and is projected to triple by 2025 to 5.5ZB. So as the data landscape grows, it can limit your ability to leverage all your data and manage it effectively.
The concept of Hybrid Work is unique to each of us. It means something different to everyone but with it comes an overwhelming sense of change and opportunity to redefine your relationship with work. How and where you do that is entirely up to you.
To help you embrace the dynamics of the hybrid world, we aren’t sticking to what’s worked in the past. We believe that technology shouldn’t be “one-size fits all” and so we are redesigning our devices with more power, intelligent features and improved security – while making them smaller and thinner to better fit today’s workforce. Whether you are a C-suite executive jumping from video calls to in-person meetings or a creative professional taking a project from inspiration to reality, building off our recent commercial announcement, Dell Technologies new Latitude and Precision devices are expertly designed with collaboration and performance in mind to power the way you work best.
Earlier this month, President Biden encouraged Americans to return to in-person working.
On March 5, the President said: “Because of the progress we’ve made in fighting COVID, Americans can not only get back to work, but they can go to the office and safely fill our great downtown cities again.” With an estimated 75% of adults in the United States fully-vaccinated and hospitalizations down 77%, major corporations are planning to return to in-person work.
A marketing firm asked 1,250 small business owners (with fewer than 500 employees) about their cybersecurity practice, and the results are pretty staggering. They largely show that most aren’t doing much to prepare for potential attacks, and for those that have done some work, it often falls far short.
On Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. released its second annual Work Trend Index report, “Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work Work.” The company also announced new features across Microsoft Teams, Microsoft 365, Surface Hub and Microsoft Viva to empower hybrid work and address employees’ new expectations for the workplace.
Work today is about being flexible. It’s no longer defined by a specific location. Work happens wherever people happen to be – at home, in the office, or on the go. This hybrid way of working has put a spotlight on the importance of meeting equity. Remote and in-office workers don’t always have an equal seat at the table, especially when meeting rooms are involved.