As technology evolves, thousands of workers are able to do their jobs in a revolutionary new way, unconstrained by geography, proximity or time. It's called the distributed workplace, and for AT&T, it's the future of work.
The Distributed Workplace: How AT&T Saves Money and Resources
AT&T minimizes its environmental impact with telecommuting technology, enabling many of its employees to work and collaborate from anywhere, anytime.
In this video, you'll learn how AT&T is using the distributed workplace to power an innovative, sustainable and cost-effective way of doing business.
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