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What If We Used Collaboration Tools to Rethink How We Work?

What If We Used Collaboration Tools to Rethink How We Work?

Chat is hardly a new idea. But the digitization of conversation-driven collaboration into "ChatOps" — where the chat interface becomes the focal point for applying discussion and automation to getting things done — is a world away from simple instant messaging.

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When it Comes to the Digital Workplace, One Tool Doesn’t Fit All

When it Comes to the Digital Workplace, One Tool Doesn't Fit All

A strong argument can be made for giving people in the workplace access to an integrated suite of digital productivity tools. A consistent interface creates familiarity, making training and support scalable. Common file formats and shared spaces for collaboration also remove unnecessary barriers to working together at an organizational level.

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Digital Workplaces Start With the Big Picture

Digital Workplaces Start With the Big Picture

Delivering a truly transformational digital workplace comes down to this: the successful creation and execution of an integrated vision for people, place and technology.  Developing different elements of your workplace independently is a waste of time if you fail to bring them together to create the best possible employee experience.

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The Digital Workplace Should Shape Up or Ship Out

The Digital Workplace Should Shape Up or Ship Out

Workplace technology still lags behind consumer technology trends — no surprises there.  But the impact this disconnect is having on employees should cause any business manager to take note.  A recent research collaboration between Dell and Intel backs up with data my own observations in the field that employees “are

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Designing a Smarter Workplace: Blend Online and Offline Work

Designing a Smarter Workplace: Blend Online and Offline Work

Working as part of a distributed team or project has gone from an exception to business as usual for most knowledge workers.  The evolution of workplace technology has enabled this shift, putting a sophisticated range of collaboration and communication tools within reach of the average worker.

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