Lenovo reveals the usefulness of technology in the workplace
Lenovo revealed, via a global searchhow people feel about technology useful to create inclusive work environments and how to allow better career opportunities.
Lenovo shows interesting research results
The 58% of the people interviewed believe that technology is already making it possible to create environments diversified and inclusive work; 8% instead disagrees.
There is also a 52% who believes that the AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the welcome when it comes to dealing with boring jobs (how bureaucracy, timesheets, invoices etc.); the 20% disagree.
More than 15,000 people have had their say
The sample concerned more than 15,000 people scattered among Brazil, China, France, Germany, Japan, India, Italy, Mexico, UK And USA and there is still a 51% that he’s afraid that technology can replace them in the workplace.
Others have emerged positives the role of technology, according to the interviewees: ability to improve opportunities and the quality of work (58%), to ease career advancements (between 72% And 85% of the interviewees), time saving thanks to the speed of carrying out some activities (50%).
The 30% then affirms that the technology companies should contribute to common goodstrengthen economies e create new jobs.
The comments of he conducted the research
Bob O’Donnell, President And Chief Analyst Of TECHnalysis Researchcommented: “It is legitimate to have concerns about the impact of technologies on workers, but it is just as easy to overlook the many amazing things our devices do to make our jobs easier and more rewarding.
The advantages offered by technological devices, from the possibility of conversing face-to-face with colleagues from all over the world, to the simplification and automation of the most tedious tasks, have a deeper impact than ever on the way we work “.
Dilip Bhatia, Vice President, User and Customer Experience of the Chinese multinational, said: “The new generation of workers, who expect more flexible working methods, have grown up with” always-on “technological devices and are promoting their rapid adoption in the workplace, effectively blurring the dividing line between technologies consumer and corporate and using devices to facilitate effective integration between work and leisure.
Lenovo’s research shows widespread optimism about the as yet untapped potential of intelligent technologies in addressing the future needs of the workforce – from smart offices to ultraportable productivity devices to video conferencing tools. “
Some research data
The research was conducted in eight languages on 15,226 people in the ten countries indicated above; a sample consisting of adults and regularly online.
The detection period was between 31 March and the April 27, 2019 with a margin of errorgeneral, of +/- 1% and a margin of error for each country of +/- 3%.