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WHAT’S NEXT: Our Predictions for 2018

Most. likely, we all think the phrase “inflection point” is now a tired and overused business cliché. However, we may well be at one of those defining tipping points where something new comes to the fore, having a significant and

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Technology, Virtual Teams

Our New Way to Work research has shown that employees value flexible work terms (‘anywhere working’, flexible hours) more highly than a double-digit percentage pay raise. It shouldn’t surprise anyone then that flexibility is also the name of the game

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Posted in New Way To Work, Products, Technology
Workforce Productivity in Government: The Case for Collaboration

Government agencies need their workforces to perform smarter, faster and more productively. And that means embedding collaborative technologies deep into processes – transforming the way organizations turn knowledge into action. Collaboration platforms need to do more than simply enable employees

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Public Sector, Team Working, Technology, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams
work-stand up

“Tell Me When This Really Starts to Hurt, Dear.” This week I ordered a standing desk. We mentioned these in previous articles and now I have no choice. Yesterday I went to the Doctor’s office because the pain in my

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Posted in Collaboration, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Technology, Unified Communications

By Lori Reeder, Unify VP, Sales Performance. This year was like none other for the Unify Partner conference. UPC was more accessible than ever with live streaming of five sessions. Thomas Veit said it best, “It is not business as

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Posted in Engaged World, Events, Technology, Unified Communications, UnifyNow, Video

In the absence of  Mark, the Monday blogger, who is currently enjoying some annual leave in the build up to the festivities ahead (that’s Christmas if you weren’t sure), I  thought I would stray from Friday into Monday and see

Posted in Technology