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Building The Digital Workplace

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Oxford Economics worked with Citrix to survey 600 business and IT executives around the world and across industries to measure their progress toward digital work. We found that big changes are happening— but much work remains to be done.

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Building The Digital Workplace

  1. 1. Building the digital workplace Mobile strategy is at an inflection point Digital work means more than mobility Digital work takes work Digital work pays off For more research, visit: www.oxfordeconomics.com/thought-leadership/digital-workspace What comes next in the mobile revolution Oxford Economics worked with Citrix to survey 600 business and IT executives around the world and across industries to measure their progress toward digital work. We found that big changes are happening— but much work remains to be done. are building support for off-site environments Many companies have yet to meaningfully change strategies around mobile, but the number with mature mobile strategies is expected to rise sharply by 2020. The explosion in mobile maturity will drive the development of digital work, and strategies are changing to support the shift. Change of this magnitude is never easy, and there are meaningful barriers to digital work. Top barriers to virtual work Percent of companies with integrated strategies for mobile Digital work drives financial success Digital work helps attract and retain superior talent Organizations demonstrating the strongest capabilities for mobility and digital work—we call them Digital Workspace Leaders—perform at a higher level than others. have policies to safeguard sensitive info when contract workers leave make data securely available to all relevant users 23% TODAY 44% IN THREE YEARS 61% 31%59% Concerns about security Cost of technology Lack of IT skillsand training 49% 45% 34% Leaders Others 91% 86% 65% 64%

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