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State of the Union for Multi-Cloud in Government

Government agencies use multiple private and public clouds. These cloud environments must comply with security regulations and provide mobile access to government services. Learn how government agencies are doing in their cloud journey. Read this research by Forrester Consulting. The report evaluates the cloud decisions and progress made by 501 government agency leaders in the U.S. and Canada. You can download the report here.
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Hybrid Work is Just Work. Are We Doing it Wrong?

On the topic of hybrid work, employees and employers are divided. Employees are embracing hybrid work and its benefits. Many employers on the other hand, are yearning for a return to pre-Covid office life while dealing with challenges such as shrinking budgets and tight talent markets. 

To help leaders balance employee interests and organizational success, Microsoft surveyed 20,000 people worldwide and analyzed trillions of Microsoft 365 productivity signals, LinkedIn labor trends and Glint People Science findings. The data points to three pivots leaders must make to empower people for new ways of working. Read this blog to explore three pivots to help employees thrive and organizations succeed.
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Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work, Work

From when to go to the office to why work in the first place, employees have a new "worth it" equation. Findings from a recent Microsoft Work Trend Index Annual report suggest there's no going back. Read this blog post summarizing the report to explore top take-aways for business leaders tasked with the challenge of making hybrid work, work.
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Designing the New Hybrid Meeting Experience — For Everyone

The future everyone anticipated during the pandemic is here: A hybrid era with flexible work locations where everyone needs to be on equal ground no matter where they are. With people spending 148 percent more time each week in Microsoft Teams meetings than before the pandemic and 66 percent of decision makers considering redesigning physical spaces to accommodate hybrid work, making meetings more inclusive is a must. This blog tells the story about how teams from across Microsoft work together to help remote and in-person workers see eye-to-eye. Read the blog to learn from Microsoft's experience.
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Does the Future of Work Include a Shift to Hybrid Work?

In our continually evolving new normal, it looks likely the hybrid work model will replace conventional, full-time in-office models. This is confirmed by surveys including from McKinsey & Company showing that many millions of Americans engage in hybrid work arrangements and want more of it. To derive the most value from hybrid work and attract and retain talent, leaders of distributed work need to continually fine-tune their approach to work flexibility. In this LinkedIn blog post, former Accenture marketing leader, Katrina Klier, provides tips to consider. Read the blog here.
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Hybrid cloud wins rely on data protection

Data security in a hybrid or multicloud environment can be complicated. That's especially true if your company relies on multiple cloud vendors.  

To protect your data and applications, you need to understand the data challenges that come with hybrid cloud. Read this article to understand why.
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How AI points the way to a new gold standard for big data analytics

If data is the new gold, then today's "gold" comes in the form of priceless insights into trends and customer behaviors for growth-seeking organizations. But possessing an abundance of data — through fortunate — remains problematic, at least for now. Read this blog to learn why.