Thanks to improvements in digital workspace technology over the past several years, distributed workforces - with all their benefits - became an increasingly viable option
for businesses. But despite the promise of cost savings, business agility, and employee flexibility, leadership inertia and fears thwarted most widespread attempts at this
Companies that were previously lagging behind in terms of remote work and digital experience were able to make swift gains, putting them within the sights of the competition. And improvements in productivity, employee satisfaction, recruitment, and cost savings make it unlikely that businesses will ever return to a fully location-based model.
This survey - conducted by Vanson Bourne and commissioned by VMware and Dell Technologies - collected global data from 5,700 IT decision-makers, HR decision-makers, and business decision-makers from June to July of 2020, has collected insightful that might be beneficial for your company.