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The Future of WorkSpace: Connecting, Managing and Augmenting Your Workforce

In the last decade, the way we work has changed beyond recognition. Today’s workforce is more open, agile and collaborative than ever before. The notion of the traditional static workplace is being transformed into the WorkSpace, where the activity is no longer restricted to a physical place, device or defined times of the day.

The Future Workspace has been designed around the end-user, and has business in mind. New solutions are augmenting our skills and capabilities to new horizons never imagined before, connecting humans and machines, and positively impacting productivity (always on), efficiency (business at the speed of “now”) and customer engagement.
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Gabriele Roberti, Angela Salmeron, Mark Alexander, Mick Heys
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