Workers say future tech use will fuel improvements in the workplace

stock-photo-rear-view-of-businessman-wal-1843683-419066-editedSixty-nine percent of survey respondents from 15 countries said their company invested in digital workplace tools in the past year, according to a recent report — and employees are enthusiastic about using the new technology.

In addition to standard technologies such as Wi-Fi and cloud applications, nearly a quarter (24 percent) of organizations invested in digital workplace tools that automate temperature controls and lighting. Twenty-three percent added voice-activated and wireless conference room AV technology.

Ninety-three percent of employees believe greater technology use will lead to improvements in the workplace. Sixty-four percent think without implementing new technology, their organization will risk falling behind the competition.

More than half — 56 percent — believe increased use of digital technology in the future will create a more efficient work environment; 52 percent feel it could help with collaboration.

For more about employees’ take on technology, view this information from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, which conducted the research.

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