In more ways than one, enterprise mobility has now put the power in the hands of the employees, so businesses having the necessary measures in place is now the norm, writes Quinton O’Reilly
Communication and collaboration have never been more open than now. No longer are employees limited to working in a specific location, working from home, in a hub or elsewhere is now a possibility and businesses are very much aware of it.
While such mobility helps employees achieve greater flexibility when jumping between work and life — provided the appropriate boundaries are put in place, of course — businesses have an important role to play in...
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