Over the last months millions of people in the UK have left their offices to work from home.
Although we can expect a gradual return to the office in 2020, it is unlikely that this will be
full time for many. Instead, IT organisations will need to support distributed working as it
continues to evolve with increasing pressure on ‘bring your own everything’.
How should IT organisations respond to this ‘New Normal’? A critical aspect is to continue to
improve user experience whilst managing costs.
Recent shifts such as increased remote working, mean you're facing greater security challenges, with a broader attack surface and greater exposure to threats. Your risk posture has fundamentally altered.
Now is an ideal time to rethink your security strategy.
Many organizations have had to implement new, unfamiliar operating models and quickly deploy technologies that support this new environment to ensure business continuity.
Over the next decade the workplace will change out of all recognition. The millennial and associated ‘prosumer’ workforce will expect to use a wide range of devices and applications to conduct their business as well as to run their family and social lives. The era of ‘Bring Your own Everything’ (BYoE) has finally arrived. In this context IT organisations will need to support a multiplicity of software platforms such as Windows, Android and iOS as well as devices (fixed and mobile).
VP Solutions Engineering UK&I, Salesforce
(formerly MD Technology and Operations, Deutsche Bank)
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