Look, I don’t want to be a beta tester, but if I must, because you’re unable to create a reliable product on your own, then you better put in a working feedback mechanism.
I’ve recently been ruminating on, what seems to me as the abyss of inbox hell. Between my many email accounts, calendar invites, text messages, Facebook messages, LinkedIn messages, and everything else — I just can’t seem to keep up with it all....
This week Box has announced a much deeper partnership with Microsoft. There’s already strong interoperability between Box and MS Office (including Microsoft Teams), but the latest news concerns MS Azure as a strategic cloud provider – bringing deep integration with...
Are you prepared for the future of work? Once upon a time, work used to be clear cut.
The organization you worked for in 1980 could exist for another 70 years without major changes, you had a job for life, over time you moved up the career ladder and your skillset would see you through until your retirement.
The future of work however will be very different, with new collaboration and communication technologies, automation, robots and artificial intelligence changing how, where and when we work drastically. It has already started and will really take off in the very near future. This is a first of a series of blogs exploring the future of work, the impact of technology on individuals, organisations and society at large.