How can you connect remote and office environments through more collaborative ways of working and teaming?

By North Highland

Digital powers the transformation landscape. The right mix of technology capabilities makes it possible for organizations to adapt to rapidly changing—and often unpredictable—customer, workforce, and operational demands. As such, digital is an essential ingredient for businesses as we emerge from the pandemic. According to Gartner, “Through 2024, 70% of enterprises will be forced to bring forward existing digital business transformation plans by at least five years as a survival plan to adapt to a post-COVID-19 world…”[1]

When it comes to the workforce, the emerging hybrid workplace presents a pressing transformation imperative. To address it, business leaders need to evaluate and configure a set of integrated digital capabilities that power collaboration, advance employee skills, and strengthen security—anywhere employees choose to work. At North Highland, they call this set of capabilities the digital core.

This blog explores the role of a robust, adaptive digital core in powering your business’s hybrid workplace transformation.

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