The world of unified communications has brought with it numerous benefits, yet businesses have to put the work in to succeed, writes Quinton O’Reilly
The traditional way of people working and sitting behind a desk from nine to five, companies recognise that’s not the new world, or how we do business any more,” said Patrick Yore, principal consultant for Dell EMC. “Companies are embracing the more work, family balance ethic, so that rather than spending time behind a desk nine to five, they’re scored on what they produce at the end rather than just being present at a table...
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