Business tech is dragging behind consumer tech, say UK workers
"Technology at work must catch up with what we're using in our personal lives, according to 72% of today's workforce.
The study examined the attitudes and expectations of 5,000 workers and 2,500 teenagers and revealed a large disconnect between the expectations of young people and the realities they will face at work.
Today’s workers consider desk phones, printers, pens and paper as essential workplace items, yet teenagers think very differently, the survey by Fuze showed.
Teenage respondents were 25% more likely than today’s employees to view a smartphone as an essential work item and three-quarters of them said using the latest technology at work is important.”
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