Working in Asia? Cloud computing could soon make your relationship with cubicles a thing of the past, according to real-estate services firm Jones Lang Lasalle (JLL).
In a report titled "Asia Offices 2020," JLL said it expects Asia's heavyweight cities - Singapore, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sydney and Tokyo - to move towards open, efficient and collaborative working environments similar to the much-envied offices of Google and Facebook.
"Most major employers recognize that their future workforce will have a very different mind-set and approach to delivering outcomes and they need to gear up their workplace and technologies to support this," Rajiv Nagrath, JLL Australia's director of corporate solutions, told CNBC.
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With millennials – a generation fixated on social media and collaboration – on course to comprise 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025, according to a January study from Deloitte, cloud computing and open office spaces could become crucial to productive working environments.