Almost half of employees are frustrated with workplace tech 

A little less than half of employees are frustrated with the technological tools they use in the workplace, according to a survey from technology company Ivanti. 

The report, published June 28, surveyed 10,000 workers across the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, China and Australia — including IT specialists and C-suite executives — to understand their relationship with workplace technology.

Here are five key takeaways from the survey:

  1. Half of employees surveyed (49 percent) were frustrated by the technological tools they use at work.

  2. Twenty-six percent of workers considered quitting because of a lack of usable technology.

  3. Sixty-five percent of employees said they would be more productive if they had the right tech tools at their disposal.

  4. Most employees (64 percent) were in agreement that technology helps shape morale.

  5. Only 20 percent of C-suite leaders said they would put some of their budget toward improving technological offerings of the company, and only 21 percent of IT leaders said they prioritize user friendliness when picking new technologies to integrate into the company.

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