pervasive workplace

pervasive workplace

The capability of working anywhere using laptops, tablets and smartphones. See pervasive computing and virtual company.
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While the growth of bring your own collaboration will lead to greater and more pervasive workplace data leakage and privacy risks, financial institutions may be able to mitigate data extrusion through encryption, usage controls and content filtering.
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It is a pervasive workplace problem that can be tremendously damaging to any organization.
Judges, she points out, tend to ignore the influence of underlying and pervasive workplace norms premised upon the experiences and expectations of white males alone: "This deficiency in Title VII doctrine, ignoring the operation of privilege, has handicapped antidiscrimination law and doomed it to failure."