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Does The Office Still Have A Purpose?

Is the modern office redundant in the age of Covid? Lawrence Mohiuddine, MD of EMEA and The Americas at Unispace, thinks not. Office space offers more than just proximity, but can it keep pace with the remote work revolution?

Read articleposted 18th September 2020
The 4 Types Of Future Companies As A Result Of Automation And AI

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Covid-19 has forced business leaders to accept that automation will arrive earlier than expected. It is therefore timely, albeit in less-than-positive circumstances, to look at which type of companies will, and will not, thrive in the future.

Read articleposted 26th June 2020
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What’s Hiding In Your Data? Data Discovery Is Crucial, But Not Sexy

Forbes.com

Some technologies are inherently sexy. Take artificial intelligence. It is likely to take over the vast majority of process-driven work within the next 15 years, from driving vehicles to trading on the stock exchange. Indeed, this technology may shape the world of . . .

Read articleposted 24th June 2020
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Employee Feedback Platforms: How To Keep Employees Engaged, And Happy, During Lockdown

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Employee engagement is in a precarious position in many companies whose employees have scattered to the four winds. Businesses that can adapt, engage digitally with employees, and promote a healthy company culture without stifling it will succeed post-lockdown, but how . . .

Read articleposted 24th June 2020
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Artificial Intelligence Is Incompatible With The Future Of Communication – Here’s Why

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The future of work is no longer merely a concept, but a reality — Covid-19 has made sure of that. The pandemic has accelerated workplace innovation across sectors to the point of no return, with contemporary businesses now almost entirely . . .

Read articleposted 23rd June 2020
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Sweden’s Former Minister Of Finance: AI Is Vital To Avoid ‘Perfect Storm’ Of Unemployment

Forbes.com

Fitness classes are being conducted online, cafés and restaurants are stretching delivery services to their limits, and tech bosses expect that remote work will be a ‘permanent feature’ after the dust has settled. But how will countries that have been badly affected by COVID-19 . . .

Read articleposted 23rd June 2020
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Why Automation And Self-Management Are Converging – The Role Of Meaning And Purpose

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So will we work more independently in the future? Will enforced digitization be here to stay? The answers to these questions will depend upon two trends – automation and self-management. As these trends converge we also need to keep in . . .

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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Why Digital Collaboration Is A Silver Lining Of Self-Isolation

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Though there may be physical distance between billions of us right now, technology is binding us virtually together. Innovations in IT have meant that not only can we sustain our personal ties, but that we can also keep many of . . .

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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How IoT Could Transform The Business Models Of Essential Services

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IoT technology seems to have penetrated every sector and geography imaginable, but there are still places that the hype has not yet reached. In the current climate of uncertainty and risk for vulnerable individuals, IoT technology could drastically improve essential . . .

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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Will Remote Work Become The New Normal?

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With remote working platforms seeing a huge spike in demand (and less productive tools reducing bandwidth as well), this period will serve as a reckoning for remote work in general, and may help to spur on digital transformation out of sheer necessity.

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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