Developing a dynamic infrastructure

How to implement holistic changes to support distributed workers

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As organisations shake up their working practices post-COVID-19, there are a lot of structural and technological factors to consider – from maintaining watertight security to ensuring everyone can keep collaborating effectively.

It is also vital to avoid the pitfall of making changes in one area without considering the impact on the rest of the business.

This whitepaper looks at some of the key considerations when adopting a dynamic working culture, and the importance of considering all aspects of the business as you evolve and refine your digital transformation strategy.

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