Microsoft is the latest company to release data highlighting the slow uptake of new technologies, claiming 71% of UK businesses have ‘failed to go digital’.
Many companies understand that, but hiring, especially successful and well-thought-out hiring, is relatively low, and those that do often fail. For example, worker assist tools are known to slow down workers if deployed improperly.
Data comes from 600 UK companies, 72% of whom say their organizations need a clear path to achieving their digital transformation goals and that progress is slow to make meaningful change. I’m here.
The survey shows that business leaders understand the need for better technology, but not having the right information to make informed decisions about the tools they need. it is clear. More than three-quarters (76%) say they have found their current tools to increase administrative tasks such as data entry and document processing.
More than two-thirds (69%) said that
collaboration tools they are available. Guidance is clearly needed, as 1 in 4 (26%) of respondents said they plan to increase the number of tools available to employees. More than half (59%) of decision makers had no plans to integrate solutions.
In the future, Microsoft believes there is a solution. It’s artificial intelligence. The company has been publicly backing organizations such as OpenAI (the makers of ChatGPT) for several years now, so it’s no wonder the IT giant is keen on pushing his AI forward.It’s already integrated into Bing
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However, company statements that employees as a whole do not feel part of the decision-making process about which tools to use are less biased and should encourage a more open dialogue in most companies. I am clarifying that