Gavin Selkirk of BMC Asia Pacific with four key ways companies embracing digital are adapting and transitioning to meet the requirements of their workforces
SMBs in Asia Pacific are lagging behind their employees’ expectations to be more productive, collaborative and innovative in a mobile-first, cloud-first world, according to a Microsoft Corp study.
A staggering 92% of workers in Malaysia have used at least one tool enabling remote working in the previous month, according to a survey of over 44,000 senior business people across more than 100 countries by global workplace provider Regus.
Dell and Intel recently unveiled findings from their second Global Evolving Workforce Study, which identifies and explores current and future trends pertaining to the workplace and workforce, and the role that technology has played in their evolution.
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The 2013 Regus Global Economic Indicator, canvassing over 26,000 business managers across 90 countries, found that 48% now work remotely for at least half their working week. In Malaysia, just over half of executives work flexibly for at least half the week (53%).