Technology in the Workplace
The old 9 to 5 model is a thing of the past. Many companies are now moving into flexible hours and work spaces. It has become commonplace to conduct a virtual meeting while traveling, conference calls from the back of an Uber, and kids sounds of kids playing in the background of business calls. Ability to work virtually is becoming a bigger demand from employees.
Video conferencing has been used for many years, but the workforce now demands more. The ability to digitally provide content, videos, communications, etc. is at the forefront of peoples’ minds. These digital solutions allow quick communication and collaboration amongst employees and deliver faster turnaround times for projects.
Knowledge in the workplace needs to work seamlessly and intuitively. Team members are dialing in from all over the state, country, or the world. Our technology in the workplace needs to encourage the employees ability to use it quickly and easily for the most effective results.