When asked about where technology is headed over the next 20 years, Bill Gates said he hopes “to see technologies that center almost entirely on well-being” because “it would mean that we’ve successfully fought back disease.” While that dream may still be 20 years away, you can modernize your IT infrastructure today for the demands of tomorrow.
Over 80% of enterprises in a recent survey predicted they might be using mixed reality in their businesses within the next three years.
These businesses understand that mixed reality and AI could give you the ability to attend face-to-face meetings around the world without ever leaving your office. With advanced technology, you could walk employees through a complex assembly process, step by step. The possibilities are just beginning to be uncovered.
New technology, like marketing automation, is opening doors to easily provide relevant content to customers at every stage in the buying process. However, in order to make full use of these tools, marketing and sales functions need to be in close communication.
Some companies are afraid to hire people with disabilities. They fear added costs, such as boosts in healthcare expenses and loss of productivity. But these are misconceptions. Most white-collar jobs can be done remotely as easily as they can be from the office, which can improve flexibility and autonomy for employees in a modern workplace.
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