workplace apps & software

Singapore slings the joy of work into a heady mix of new ideas

From connecting technology, people and space for innovation to creating the right vibe to spark culture change, WORKTECH Singapore 2017 highlighted key trends circling workspace

Condeco 2017 trends

Trends that shape the Condeco roadmap for 2017

From the second revolution of cloud-based services to the changing expectations of how B2B technology should behave, Condeco discusses the trends it believes are driving the workforce in 2017

Condeco room booking solutions

Innovative ways to raise the game in managing your workspace

Most firms average only 39 per cent in terms of space utilisation of desks, conference rooms and other meeting areas – a very costly number for most businesses. Fortunately new technology with desk and room booking software can manage workspace better

Banking on change: can tech transform the financial workplace?

Working with robots, optimising the property portfolio and focusing on employee experience were the key themes of WORKTECH’s Financial Workplace 2017 conference. Technology is the driver, so why the reluctance to use it?

From computers with a roof to creative spaces for change

WORKTECH's inaugural Smart Buildings 2017 conference charts the rise of connected work environments that don’t just save money but also foster innovation and wellbeing

A physical social network: how workplace apps will reshape the office

How can workplace apps create a more personal user experience? What benefits do they bring for organisations and individuals? A new WORKTECH Academy report looks at how apps can change connectivity and collaboration

My brain hurts: new thinking from Sydney’s summit of new ideas

From insights into brain chemistry to the disruptive power of community in placemaking, WORKTECH Sydney 2017 emphasised the importance of human interactions

Smart messaging: making software and interfaces our friends

In the third and final of a series of posts from architects BVN on the digital revolution affecting the workplace, the focus switches to the potential for improving human experience