|Volume XIX Issue 24 | June 25, 2018
As today’s workforce evolves with the emergence of new technologies like artificial intelligence and bring your own device, traditional work methods can no longer provide the flexibility to accommodate a workforce and generation that demands more. Managed workplace services (MWS) help manage the evolving workplace at the proper pace for the business. In this week’s exclusive editorial, we discuss how MWS can improve the workforce.
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|improving the workforce
Today’s digital workforce is evolving to meet the needs for on-demand access to data and services at any time or location. To grant employees more control in the resolution process for technical issues and keep up with new technologies, businesses invest in managed workplace services (MWS). MWS allows users to resolve basic technical issues and access broader knowledge rather than… more >>
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