While it remains to be seen how many U.S. workers return to traditional, in-office workspaces versus work remotely, or do both, what is clear is that the new “normal” work environment will blend aspects of workers’ pandemic-driven remote and virtual situations with the characteristics of working in a traditional office. For most organizations, the long-term goal is to enable a future work environment that optimizes worker experience, while delivering required productivity in a secure manner. Such an environment will need to be adaptable to worker role and location changes, variations in work habits, availability and reliability of technologies and network services, and to rapidly-evolving communication and collaboration tools and applications.
In short, the future workplace for U.S. public sector workers and their commercial counterparts alike will be built on digital IT capabilities and services. This will require significant transformation of organizations, infrastructure and work cultures into digital business environments.
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