What are the new data risks in the next-gen workplace?

Jon Fielding, Managing Director, EMEA, Apricorn, looks into the new risks in the next-gen workplace.

With the oldest members of Generation Z, born in the 1990s, turning 21 and entering the workplace for the first time, most organisations could soon have four generations working alongside each other who have grown up in vastly different technological eras. As a result, many employees will have different day-to-day expectations, priorities and preferred working practices.