Workshifting – How four IT organisations re-define the workplace
sponsored by Citrix

In today's fast-paced business environment, companies are expected to get work done anywhere, anytime and achieve the best results. While this adds flexibility to the formally rigid company structure, it also creates some challenges for businesses. 

This new structure is known as workshifting, where workers can access resources anywhere their work takes them - project sites, manufacturing floors, retail shops, branch offices, etc. This process delivers powerful benefits like increased productivity, but it also creates some challenges for the IT department. 

Consult this white paper to learn more about the rise of workshifting, the forms it can take and the challenges it might present to IT professionals. This resource offers in-depth discussions of the benefits that can be achieved by workshifting. 

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