You’ve seen the impact high-performing teams can have in business. But what if they could achieve even more? What if they had the space to be more creative, to share ideas instantly and easily across geographies and generations
while staying in sync with each other?
In a world where collaboration is how work gets done, teams need work spaces and tools they’re comfortable using. And it’s up to business leaders to make it easy for them to get both.
The very nature of teams is evolving rapidly. There’s never been a wider spectrum of workstyles, there are more working millennials than ever before, remote working is commonplace, and the tools used to get work done have expanded far beyond email and phones. Teams are composed of people inside and outside traditional IT barriers, such as firewalls. They’re spread across time zones and composed of a changing cast of characters.