The digital workplace maturity model guides organisations on how to drive more strategic value out of their digital workplace: increasing engagement, innovation, efficiencies and productivity.
We have noticed that our clients who have successfully transitioned to remote working have a common trait: an agile mindset. And we’ve realised how these two practices – agile and remote working – can aid organisations in managing and growing a hybrid workforce.
What exactly is the difference between an Internet and a digital workspace?
During this pandemic era businesses have heavily invested into technologies that help employees to continue to do their work and communicate with each other. A lot have invested heavily into Intranet and digital workspace solutions to combat communication breakdowns and to keep the wheels of business turning.
The world is not what it once was. Everything we need in our modern lives are just a few clicks of a button away. As should be the vast amount of information that organisations produce and hold. Due to increasing importance of data and content management paired with accessibility, companies are seeking ways to unlock the full power of knowledge, communication and collaboration.
What is the difference between the digital workspace and digital workplace? Both terms are often used interchangeably, but there are some small differences as well as similarities.
ClearPeople is built on six distinct values that completely embody our culture, such as “One Family” and “People-First”. We may take this as obvious or common sense, but recent events have shown we still have a long way to go and change is needed. At ClearPeople we believe that everyone has the right to be treated fairly and with respect.
Published by PrivSec Report -https://gdpr.report/news/2020/06/22/steps-to-prevent-data-breaches-during-covid-19/
Date: June 22, 2020