Citizens of the Future: the users and their assets

By Louise Mahrra

Predicting the future is a tricky business, especially for those of us still waiting for proper hoverboards. When it comes to online collaboration we can see clear and unarguable trends on the immediate horizon, such as everything cloud-based and as a service, and an effective disappearance of the entire digital workspace into an enabling and invisible background factor that simply gets out of the way and lets us do our work. 

“The empowerment of the business to get on and deliver the things they want to deliver, without constraint”

But to explore a longer vision behind this and what it might look and feel like in the workspace of the future, UC Today spoke with Eamon McGann, Client Solutions Director at Core Technology Systems — to discover how emergent developments might manifest in the tools you’re used to, perhaps sooner rather than later.

Power to the people

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As McGann told UC Today recently a key observation at Core is the way non-technical decision makers are increasingly ready to embrace all that the modern workplace has to offer, and Core’s partner Microsoft is already alert to the possibilities of the ‘citizen developer’: the user who creates new business applications for consumption by others using development and runtime environments sanctioned by corporate IT, but without being developers themselves.

Read the full article on UC Today

 

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