A table, a chair, a computer, a telephone – those are the building blocks of any office space, however the workplace of the future – or the one we all need today - is based on many other factors and concentrates on the immediate needs of employees such as mobility, flexibility and, of course, productivity. For that, a traditional workplace is no longer necessary.
For as long as offices have existed, there has been discussion about the ideal structure of a workplace in terms of accessibility, devices, communication, collaboration, data storage & management and security. When planning your future workplace you need to start with identifying which communication and collaboration technologies drive productivity, ensure connected teamwork and most of all allow your employees to fully collaborate. It's important that your co-workers feel valued and are able to take on responsibility. But what is the fuel?
61% of GenY and 50% of workers aged 30+ believe the technology tools they use in their personal and social life are more efficient and productive than those used in their work life.
Organizations responded fast to the pandemic, implementing remote working solutions at pace. But one year on, what challenges are organizations now facing? We asked our Future Workplace consultants about the priorities for customers now that remote or hybrid working looks to be a permanent way of life. Key trends came up time and again: security, unified communications and critically, the human side of tech. Watch the video to learn more.
Cyber-threats have risen dramatically with the rapid increase in remote working. This webinar for CISOs and IT Decision Makers outlines the security features in Microsoft 365 across all license levels to protect remote workers for the long term.
Remote working can be of great advantage but there are risks. In order to ensure the security of your company, its data, and employees you need to have a foundation laid. This checklist helps IT and security workers to improve their security.
Organizations need to begin taking steps to shore up security for remote workers today. Most of these approaches begin with properly educating employees. We put together a checklist to help remote workers working securely from home.
Working from home can be a significant challenge for those who aren‘t used to being remote – not only technically, but also personally. We‘d like to share what works best for us with some tips helping you to stay focused.
Video meetings and collaboration help us work together more effectively than ever before. But, capital intensive investments in video equipment have for a long time been limited to large enterprises and advanced conferencing rooms.
The world changed almost overnight and organizations had to react immediately. Now, many companies shifted their business priorities to better adjust to their digital transformation strategy and to be prepared for the future.
Before you purchase headsets for your employees, you should consider the following: how much travel they do and if they are typically in a private or public space. The best headsets for business users have noise-cancelling capabilities.
St Peter’s School turned to SoftwareONE to create a zero-trust security model. Moving to SoftwareONE’s 365Simple managed service with Microsoft 365 A5 allows the teachers and 1,200 pupils aged 2-18 years to work securely from anywhere.
Schleuniger AG, providing wire processing solutions to various industries around the globe, has empowered its employees to work more safely with optimized mobile devices managed with Microsoft Endpoint Manager and related M365 Cloud Services.