A lot of successful companies rely on cloud computing and virtual teams more than you think. Enterprises such as BP, Nokia and Ogilvy & Mather are now allowing their employees to work together in the cloud, contributing to the growth and effective operations of the company without having to be at the office. There are plenty of key advantages offered by virtual teams according to a recent study by the University of Southern California and their online masters in communication management department.
For starters, workers from around the world can now contribute their expertise, allowing global companies to truly take advantage of their international prowess like never before. Workers are also less tied to time differences, because the collaborative platform can be accessed at any time. Paired with the latest advancements, virtual teams are pushing companies forward further than before.
To learn more about the key advantages of virtual teams, be sure to read the Virtual Teams in the Global Economy infographic by the University of Southern California.
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