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Anticipating cloud work’s most common side effects

The right technology choices can minimize complexity and help workers stay focused.

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The proliferation of cloud-based software tools has boosted productivity and eased collaboration in today’s work environment. But there’s a flip side to this abundance: complexity. The more apps and devices employees use, the harder it can be for them to find the right information and stay focused on the tasks at hand. However, integrated apps and management frameworks, combined with a flexible, scalable infrastructure, can make it easier to access the right information and to stay focused on the task at hand.

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