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
Is electronic waste the downside of rush to invest in tech?
Technology offers us a range of positive solutions to address climate change. But in creating mountains of electronic waste, it also poses a threat. How can companies keep their ESG commitments on track?
Zoom leads waning tech stocks as a new reality bites
Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at why the fortunes of technology companies are in the balance after big gains in lockdown and how you can contribute to our survey on the state of hybrid
Innovation versus regulation: managing risks of early AI adoption
As more companies rush to integrate AI into their workplace, there is growing concern about the lack of regulation in the field and the potential risks this poses for early adopters of AI
Game-changers: the most transformative technologies of 2022
A new report by CB Insights highlights nine new technologies that are becoming increasingly influential in 2022 and have the power to change the working world as we know it
Remote futures: what’s next for access security systems?
The pandemic accelerated corporate interest in access control technology. Now remote security systems will let firms make smarter, more sustainable and more convenient solutions in the office, says a new report