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Remote work changes what we want from our homes

Remote work changes what we want from our homes

This is a fascinating look at how digital workplaces, which now enable anywhere work, is changing what people want from their homes. This from the NYT Seven Ways Telecommuting Has Changed Real...

Finland leading the way

Finland leading the way

Across the world many places (in this case Finland) are recognizing that digital workplaces are dramatically changing how we work and from where. This from the Nordic Law piece New Working Hours Act...

Then and now

Then and now

Let me paint the picture for you. An executive team has given urgent priority to creating a digitisation strategy for their business. As a starting point they want an overview of exactly where...

A new breed of company

A new breed of company

This is a group photo of the GitLab team taken at their annual summit a few months back in Cape Town. There are currently approximately 350 in the team. The company is doing really well. Last year...

Meet the anywhere workers

Meet the anywhere workers

Meet the anywhere workers. This is a mega trend as technology revolutionises the workplace. Read more about this research here “There’s a new generation of workers who won’t be tied to any one...

Digital workplaces result in business flexibility

Digital workplaces result in business flexibility

Industry after industry is being impacted by the digital workplace. In a recent report entitled The Workplace Revolution the team at Regus made this observation: “The commercial property world...

The future of work is anywhere working

The future of work is anywhere working

This is the conclusion reached by research commissioned by Polycom. Those companies who understand this reality and as a result aggressively evolve their businesses to enable their teams to work...

This is how smart companies of the future will work

This is how smart companies of the future will work

What you are looking at here is a picture depicting, on a map, where Automattic’s team members are situated. That would be 611 people, in 58 countries, speaking 80 languages. Here is the interesting...