Adopting and adapting to the new way of working goes beyond geographical locations. Technology that could support such a futuristic manner of working is one of the cornerstones of the hybrid work model.
Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jared Spataro said in a video announcement posted on the company website, that the company has been working for months to create software features that would support the hybrid work model. He said that the features were created in a manner that makes asynchronous collaboration easier.
On April 5, Microsoft is set to reveal a new “keynote feature” that will be demonstrated by Windows business executive Panos Panay. As described in the company announcement, Panay will be “diving into the future of hybrid work.”
The launch event will include sessions on Windows tools for productivity and collaboration, management and security.
Last year CEO Satya Nadella wrote that “Hybrid work represents the biggest shift to how we work in our generation. And it will require a new operating model, spanning people, places, and processes.”