Digital Dislocation in the Workplace: A BT and Cisco research

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BT and Cisco research : A special research piece commissioned by BT and Cisco that reveals how stretched budgets and outdated systems prevent better collaboration in large organisations, with solutions emerging in the cloud.

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Digital Dislocation in the Workplace: A BT and Cisco research

  1. 1. Cloud-based collaboration is the answer to digital dislocation The demand for cloud-based collaboration is massive IT decision makers want to use cloud 91% want desktop sharing 85% 79% want unified messaging 78% want desktop HD video 77% 33% want secure access from a personal device But only a third of IT decision makers have a cloud strategy in place Mismatched demand and supply causes digital dislocation in the workplace Employees want Simple ways to share info IT decision makers say Need to enable better remote and mobile collaboration 77% 68% To change voice calls to video Platform needs updating 66% 73% Easier access to comms on the move PBXs need replacing 52% 62% BYOD BYOD creates real problems 43% 50% Leading to frustration and a less productive workplace IT decision makers recognise that cloud meets the business priority to reduce cost Organisations taking cloud tech beyond trial reduce TCO by 24% Cloud sa ves money Pay for what’s n eeded, w hen nee ded 4 Cheape 2% r overall Cost-ef fective a bility Shift cap ex to opex 37% to flex c apacity 37% 35% Feel reassured by dealing with large, well-known brands for cloud 69% 72% sa y securi concern ty s back up hold take Source: Hickman (2013), Digital Dislocation in the Workplace, BT/Cisco research. The conversation just gets better. Working together

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