Is your company ready for the digital generation to enter the workforce?

For teens today, technology is not just something they learn—it’s all they know. But what does that mean for the future of your business?

To find out, HPE conducted a survey of teens to understand their technology behaviors and expectations and help enterprises prepare for this digital generation.

Check out the results in the articles and infographics below.

79%

would like to lead or
found a company

51%

believe that desktop computers will disappear from offices

20%

think they will work in a
traditional office setting

INFOGRAPHIC: What Teens’ Tech Expectations Mean for Your Business

8 April 2016

INFOGRAPHIC: What Teens’ Tech Expectations Mean for Your Business

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For teens today, technology is not just something they learn—it’s all they know. But what does that mean for the future of your business? To find out, HPE Matter conducted a survey of teens to understand their technology behaviors and...

Does Technology Have a Positive or Negative Impact on Kids?

22 April 2016

Does Technology Have a Positive or Negative Impact on Kids?

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You’ve heard the questions before—what effect does technology have on our children’s development? Does constant connectivity make kids anti-social? Do teens expect all aspects of their lives to be entertaining.

Is Your Company Ready to Employ the Digital Generation?

22 April 2016

Is Your Company Ready to Employ the Digital Generation?

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Today’s ambitious and digital-native teens are about to take the world by storm. But is your company ready for this generation to enter the workforce? HPE recently conducted a survey among teens about their expectations around technology.

Teens, Parents or Enterprises: Who Is Responsible for Cybersecurity?

26 April 2016

Teens, Parents or Enterprises: Who Is Responsible for Cybersecurity?

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Tech leaders share their thoughts on cybersecurity based on a recent HPE survey on teens and technology. Spending time online at all hours of the day, kids are vulnerable to dangerous cyber attacks.

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