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WORKTECH Guides: an update to Who’s Who of workplace technology

The workplace technology market offers a wide spectrum of innovations and solutions, but how can organisations decide what’s best for them? The latest update to the WORKTECH Guides series surveys the technology market across five critical areas, listing the key players

Welcome to 2022: where next for emerging technologies ?

In our first WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing of 2022, we explore a list of new technologies that are set to shape our working lives this year. Stand by sleep trackers and 3D printed offices…

The Internet of Bodies: where employees and data collide

You’ve heard of the Internet of Things, but did you know about the Internet of Bodies? As the boundaries between technology and the human body continue to blur, are we are witnessing a new era where the human body becomes the technological platform?

Tech trends for 2022

Clarity and understanding, quantum computing and securing the supply chain will be at the heart of business success in 2022, according to Moneypenny’s Chief Technology Officer

How to revive culture and wellbeing in a flexible world of work

Company culture and employee wellbeing suffered during the pandemic – and both will need rebuilding to suit a more flexible workforce. A new report from Condeco looks at the key challenges ahead and how technology might help

Investing for resilience: how will companies spend on tech in 2022?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at where technology investments will be made in 2022, and looks ahead to the upcoming WORKTECH Los Angeles and Smart Buildings conferences

Looking in the digital mirror: the forces shaping the metaverse

An immersive new form of shared virtual space will redefine how we shop, socialise, communicate and work. Are we ready for the impact of the metaverse, where we don’t just view content but are inside it?

Will we control access to the office building from our phone?

A new report from HID  Global suggests that Physical Access Control Systems, or PACS, will enable commercial real estate providers to offer a modern and competitive tenant experience