Recent advances in technology have changed how we carry out our jobs, and transformed the workplace to meet the needs of a more dynamic workforce that is increasingly mobile.
Flexible working and hot-desking are now common in offices as businesses have adopted new working practices.
But while better mobility means more choice for employees in where they work, the reality is that traditional offices do not make the best use of new technologies and employees can become less productive as they tackle a tedious set-up process every day.
V3 is hosting the Enterprise Mobility Summit in association with Intel to look at how these problems can be overcome.
Click here to sign up for the V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit live webinar.
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