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Collaboration - Desktop to room and back again

Collaboration - Desktop to room and back again

The days of the humble desktop seemed numbered, despite it’s advantages in power and reliability as laptops, tablets and mobile phones become the new defacto tools of your average professional and office collaboration moved from the desktop to the room.

But then along came COVID.

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The Great Remote Working Experiment – Is WFH here to stay?

The Great Remote Working Experiment – Is WFH here to stay?

Many things about the current situation are uncertain, but it seems likely that the world won’t quite be the same again. This has been the great home working experiment, but what have we learnt and how might it change working norms once the world returns to normal?

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How Can Homeworkers Set A Schedule That Works?

How Can Homeworkers Set A Schedule That Works?

Collaboration tools are the backbone of effective home working, but some issues come along with it. Those challenges can be overcome with better working practices, but it’s a case of understanding the pitfalls and developing a way to combat them.

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Expert Q&A: How should service owners simplify enterprise collaboration?

Expert Q&A: How should service owners simplify enterprise collaboration?

Digital transformation is rapidly changing how and from where we conduct business, resulting in huge market growth for collaborative solutions and video conferencing technologies.

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IT or Facilities: Who should take ownership of collaboration spaces?

IT or Facilities: Who should take ownership of collaboration spaces?

Let’s face it, traditionally IT and facilities management were in their own separate business silos. Reporting into different parts of the businesses, too often the communication between them was little to none.

These days, there’s a pressing need for collaboration between the two. But, have we moved along with the times? Do modern businesses adopt this free-flowing communication strategy? And if not, what’s stopping us? The first thing to think about, is why it’s beneficial to take a joined-up approach.

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The 4 Major Barriers to Video Conferencing Adoption

The 4 Major Barriers to Video Conferencing Adoption

Video collaboration has become an important communication tool for organisations across the world, and the technology brings many advantages.

Yet despite the growing importance of this technology to the modern office, some organisations still face challenges in encouraging members of staff to participate in video calls.

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