Okta's latest Businesses @ Work report — based on the activities of the company's customers plus a survey of 1200 US knowledge workers — provides insights around the apps and services actually being used at work.
With smart phones now a given, the days of clocking off at 5pm and switching off are long gone. In a world where 24/7 connectivity is now the norm, it is important to remember to ensure balance by taking time for the things in life that make you happy.
Australians are spending more time online than working, with 21.9 billion hours spent on the Internet over the last 12 months in one form or another — whether at home, at school, while at work or elsewhere — compared to 20.5 billion hours on the job.
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