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Michael Dell: ‘Yes, Remote Working Is Absolutely Here To Stay’

Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell poses the question, would you rather be forced to work in the office every day or have the option of remote or hybrid working? ‘This is not really a hard test,’ Dell says.

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Michael Dell On The Future Remote Workforces

When IT visionary Michael Dell gives his foresight on technology trends and market predictions, people take notice.

Since creating Dell as a 19-year-old freshman at the University of Texas at Austin, Michael Dell’s uncanny technology vision has molded the company into Dell Technologies, a $94 billion infrastructure and PC giant. Now in charge of over 165,000 employees worldwide, Michael Dell has no doubt if remote working will continue in a post COVID-19 world.

“Yes, it’s absolutely here to stay,” said Dell in an interview with CRN.

According to a survey conducted by Indeed on U.S.-based IT professionals who worked in the office before COVID-19 and have since switched to full-time remote work, an astounding 96 percent of all technology workers believe working from home is here to stay in some capacity. Furthermore, approximately 60 percent of tech workers said they were willing to take a pay cut in order to continue working from home, while 55 percent said if they change jobs, they’ll need one with flexible or hybrid work options.

Dell Technologies founder and CEO Michael Dell explains to CRN why the new remote workforces created by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past 12 months are here to stay.

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