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It's all in your head: How to build a productive virtual team

03 Apr 17

Work today is not a place — it’s a set of tasks, timelines, and tools.

Whether it’s a global band of developers or a remote branch office, technology gives you smarter ways to help virtual teams succeed.

The right IT, combined with careful planning and prioritisation, helps boost productivity and visibility, giving you key answers about teams and their workloads.

Lenovo believes that evolving technology choices and attitudes about work are creating new opportunities.

In order to take control of these opportunities and improve your company’s efficiency and impact, Lenovo has compiled this State of Mind report.

What you’ll gain from this report:

  • Know-how to establish core availability
  • Guidelines for maximising your meetings
  • Tips to getting a competitor advantage  
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