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Where and how will you work in 2025?

Nicola Mortimer, head of business products marketing and operations at Three Ireland, looks at the changing face of work - and wonders whether we’re in the last days of ‘offices’ and ‘working weeks’

11th November, 2018
Nicola Mortimer, head of business products marketing and operations,Three Ireland

The 40-hour working week will be a tale we tell our grandchildren. Working environments are rapidly changing and the pace is not slowing down. Driven initially by mobility, it is now being accelerated by artificial intelligence (AI) and developments in connectivity.

Which raises the question: where – and how – will you be working in 2025?

With the cloud and 4G making it possible to access data, tools and colleagues as easily from your home as...

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