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IT Management Slideshow: iWorkers: CIOs Are In The Dark About Tech-Savvy Employees

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 07-07-2010
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FourFour is the average number of consumer-electronic devices that the iWorker uses every day.
Who are the "iWorkers"? They're those gadget-juggling, multi-tasking employees who rely upon a host of consumer electronics devices for both work and play. A Unisys-sponsored study of 2,820 tech-savvy workers in 10 countries found that these so-called iWorkers frequently use blogs and social-networking sites for work. CIOs and other top managers are relatively "in the dark" when it comes to their workers' dependence upon these devices and online resources - which it could hurt them when it comes to recruitment, retention and efficiency.
 
 
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
 
 

 

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