As a new era of work is ushered in, traditional work models no longer meet the needs of the workforce. Employees require access to the relevant information for their jobs, wherever and however they choose to work.
To master modern work, organizations need the information management tools and technology to create a digital workplace that contends with hybrid work, changing regulations and security incidents. This provides an information advantage to deliver employee experiences that empower workforces and attract and retain talent.
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By 2025, massive generational shifts will force 75% of organizations to adapt their hybrid work strategies to include demands for radical flexibility. Organizations need to develop balanced models focused on increased content collaboration through secure enterprise content management to access information from any location and embrace the future of work.
52% of an organization’s data is ‘dark’, unclassified and invisible to the organization, showing the need to tighten data governance, compliance and privacy regulations. Organizations need to protect business information against the latest threats with a Zero Trust approach.
Only one-third of all employees say the technology they use is productive, empowering and easy, leading employers to an increased focus on employee experiences. Organizations must create a digital workplace that prioritizes frictionless work strategies to attract and retain talent.
When used as the basis for transformation, information offers the power to anticipate trends and outmaneuver the competition. Organizations need business automation to improve end-to-end processes and achieve operational excellence.
Innovate business processes to empower workforces with flexible digital workplaces, increased agility and stronger information protection to address current business needs and evolving challenges.
Better employee experiences lead to better results. Deliver rich employee experiences with the right tools and technology to reduce digital friction and maximize productivity.
Information overload and content sprawl impact productivity, while siloed information slows processes. Bring content and processes together with integrated enterprise content management to speed the delivery of timely and relevant information across the organization and improve operations.
As easy access to information expands, so do security risks. Strengthen information protection within content services to adapt to evolving requirements, identify sensitive and risky content and provide end-to-end visibility.
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