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Immersive meetings: a hybrid solution easier said than done?

Immersive experiences and user engagement are key priorities in the hybrid workplace, but what tools and technologies are available to make this a reality? And what happens in larger spaces?

Wellness wearables: changes in culture reflected through technology

A new breed of wearable technology suggests an attitude shift from an always-on culture towards a more mindful and caring approach to work-life balance

Seven design thinking principles that will help hybrid work succeed

Too much technology integration for the hybrid workplace is currently missing the mark. A novel approach by Canada’s ET Group uses design thinking to develop more human-centred solutions

The future visitor experience: making face-to-face count

Unlike many employees, visitors are increasingly eager to return to the workplace for meetings. How can technology help to create a more seamless and memorable experience?

Are companies playing catch-up on adopting ‘anchor’ tech for hybrid?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing look at a new report from JLL which suggests that enterprise firm still have a lot to do in developing their technology strategy for the hybrid age

Can design thinking bring clarity to the hybrid work experience?

The hybrid workplace will stand or fall on the quality of the technology experience. Canada’s ET Group is using the principles of design thinking to make user experience central to the development process

How tailored tech can help small firms to compete for talent

The global pandemic accelerated investment in new technology with large corporates the major investors. But thinking smart can help the SME (Small-to-Medium Enterprise) workplace bridge the gap    

Threatcasting: how to build resilience in unpredictable times

Believe you can’t predict the future? Think again. Banks, businesses and even the US military are turning to innovative ways of forecasting future risks in order to build resilience