Of course, there are ways to bridge the gap between old and new when it comes to digital connectivity. “Build bridges between the old and new worlds of work rather than islands, with software that works across all different applications and platforms.” Others may find that a mix of legacy and new technology can provide the best result for their needs – spending money on tech that makes sense, and saving where it doesn’t. As we move towards a more flexible workplace becoming the norm, another way to bridge the gap between old and new technology appears on the horizon: ‘bring your own device’ schemes. As the digital landscape continues to unfold in unexpected ways, moving towards more integrated technology, no doubt our needs in the workplace will change. The way we connect – digitally, at work, and with each other – will change too, and that’s something to keep in mind when planning the future of digital connectivity in your workplace. Overall, by continuing to review your technology needs and wants, and by talking to employees about what can be most useful for them, you’ll find the best mix for the ideal digital connectivity in your workplace.
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