Virtual working and bringing your own device: more than a question of trust


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Virtual, decentralized forms of work are on the advance. What does the new work culture mean for Company? In case of doubt, a lot of legal and technical problems.

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New technology, new questions

There is no doubt that virtual work is on the rise. Offices, working hours and even personal presence are actually superfluous. That raises questions.

The technology is not a problem, even surgeons can operate today from the other end of the world. How to remove 2001 Professor Jacques Marescaux from the IRCAD Strasbourg the gall bladder of a French patient - by computer and surgical robot, while he was sitting in New York. Even today, IRCAD is considered a pioneer of teleoperation.

It's all about trust

But not everything is really new - and yet controversial. Management consultant Roswitha A. van der Markt explains: "Managers believe that with the introduction of the technology and a short training, everything is done. But trust decides on the success of virtual teams - and that only comes through appreciation and personal exchange. "

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This is exactly where the hare is in the bottle: According to a study by RW3 CultureWizards, 87% of management and 50% of employees already work at least partially virtually in multinational corporations. Nevertheless, studies such as the Monster Recruiting Trends show that, especially in Germany, trust in colleagues in the home office is still lacking - not only from management, but also from teammates.

Work services that you do not see?

So how can one perceive work performance that one does not see? van der Markt recommends clear goal-setting and collaboration tools such as chats, wikis, or digital boards where team members can quickly share the status of their work. "Skype and video conferencing also convey facial expressions, gestures and mood. And at least once or twice a year you should meet in person, "says the consultant.

But virtual working also creates legal discussions: Employees who use private devices for work or private business devices endanger data security. And the first employers' associations are already calling for the deregulation of working time laws. It will be interesting to see where the journey is going. Because "bring your own device" is an inexpensive alternative to an existing PC pool - and leads to anxiety among IT managers.

Status Quo in German Company

According to a survey conducted by the Bitkom branch, 43 percent of the German ICT companies allow their employees to connect their own smartphones or laptops to their company network. Studies of the IT company Cisco in the US show that employees are even more productive and satisfied when they choose their own devices.

For companies that also sounds cheap and attractive, yet "Bring your own device" (German: "bring your own device with") drives, so the jargon, many IT managers the cold sweat on his forehead: How to prevent that the employees log in to the company network with virus-contaminated devices? And what happens when private devices are stolen?

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Secure cloud instead of too much rules

According to the Bitkom survey, 60 percent of German companies react with special regulations to the imminent danger. In Estonia, one goes a different way: with the IT company Skype belonging to Microsoft can the employees without restrictions with their private devices log into the company network.

These are still being made by the company, but General Manager Andrus Järg thinks one step further: the company's data should no longer be stored on local computers, but in the cloud. And this must be so secure that no one can access it unauthorized, says Järg.

As with Skype in Estonia

Its attitude fits into a country where government services are completed through to the conclusion of contracts and parliamentary elections online. This certainly has advantages for efficiency and productivity: a company can be founded in 18 minutes, according to Wallstreet Journal, Estonia has the most start-ups per inhabitant in Europe. The Skype software has also been developed over ten years ago.

General Manager Järg therefore has an easy answer for people who ask about the risks: "Of course, people are afraid of new developments. It was the same with the computer - and it's normal today. It will be the same with cloud computing. "It sounds good. One can only hope that he is right.

How much influence do employers have on private life?

Because large IT companies such as Facebook and Apple have just made headlines by freezing egg cells for their employees. Regardless of your opinion:

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The fierce discussion also shows how hard we are dealing with the changes that digitalization entails in our working world. Because you can evaluate positively - or negatively.

How Google Glass is changing work

For example, experts say Google Glass could soon revolutionize our world of work. Because even unskilled workers, the data glasses allows to fulfill complex tasks.

The instructions have them right on the nose and both hands free. Elaborate training or training: no need. Investigations promise productivity increases of up to 30 percent.

Cyborgs or work easier

Amazon and Daimler are already testing this and experts are making an alarm: cyborgs are quick to talk about, and that human skills are becoming ever more superfluous.

New inventions have always been difficult, and cultural pessimism has a boom in Germany, particularly in the field of digitization. This also applies to the 3-D pressure, which, it is feared, would soon destroy entire industrial branches. In doing so, new techniques can also be seen positively, as advancement and support for the work so far.

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How 3 D-printing changes the craft

For example, in the goldsmiths Lee Harding and Seamus O Donaghue in Dublin, 3-D printing is the most important innovation in recent years.

The two design jewelery on the computer and then make their own molds or blanks themselves. "We used to have to spend a lot of time on this, 3-D-Druck made this process much easier and cheaper," says O Donaghue.

The need for quality is growing

They are not afraid of the fact that their work could become superfluous: "The need for quality will grow more soon," say the Irish, who focus on tailor-made products, high-quality materials and individualized advice.

How to evaluate new developments and whether to use them for themselves is also a matter of personal perception.

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