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The Way We Work 2018 – Topics Worthy of Discussion Series. Guest blog with Tim Banting – Part Two of Two. As part of our ongoing thought leadership research into the way we work, we caught up with Tim Banting,

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Team Working, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams
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The Way We Work 2018 – Topics Worthy of Discussion Series. Guest blog with Tim Banting – Part One of Two. As part of our ongoing thought leadership research into The Way We Work 2018, we caught up with Tim

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Posted in Collaboration, Engaged World, Millennials, Mobile Working, New Way To Work, Team Working, Unified Communications, Virtual Teams
TWWW18_Infographic

At Unify, we have pioneered research and thought leadership that sheds light on the way we work. New Unify research finds that flexible work lifestyles are not an ‘all or nothing’ affair. Check out this infographic to learn more about

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“In the high-stakes fast-moving environment of defense there can be no more efficient and quicker model for keeping defense personnel connected” The application of unified communications represents an exponential leap in the capability to exchange information quickly and accurately among

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Bits_Bricks_Behavior

Bits, bricks and behavior: I first heard about the “New Work triad” during a speech that Markus Albers, a consultant and influencer in this space, gave at the Factory. The Factory is one of an explosively growing number of coworking

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Can fewer meetings lead to better collaboration?

Three new ways to foster collaboration without more meetings. A colleague shared a recent study with me. It said that most employees feel that many meetings they attend are unnecessary and/or unproductive (what a surprise). But it got me thinking,

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