Posts tagged: flexible working

  1. Agile Retail must start in the workplace

    This is a guest blog post by Katrin Schleife, Principal Analyst, at industry analyst group CXP The world of retail moves faster than any other industry. In the last six months alone, Amazon has opened the doors at its checkout-free store, Tesco...

  2. Video: Fujitsu Workplace Anywhere

    With Fujitsu Workplace Anywhere you can bring people, systems and information together in a secure, always connected and personalized environment. It’s the first step in providing a unified experience across any device. It is an integral part o...

  3. Reinvention of the Financial Sector mustn’t ignore the workplace

    This is a guest blog post by Katharina Dalka, Principal Analyst, at industry analyst group CXP How can financial services companies attract the best talent to support their increasingly technology-centric strategies? It is one of the key questi...

  4. Give people flexibility, or lose them. It’s that simple.

    Our Workplace 2025 white paper has uncovered that over half of C-suite executives expect their business to have a different form in five years’ time. This is exciting news - but what does a ‘different form’ actually mean? It refers to the...

  5. Workplace transformation: it’s time to look beyond technology

    We all know the workplace is changing. And more so than any of us could have imagined just a few short years ago. Unified communications, mobile desktops and cloud file shares have reduced the need for a physical office space. And with AI and VR...

  6. Sociological change – is it technology driven?

    For a disruptive technologist like me to write about the part played by technology in sociological change is going to be somewhat challenging. I say this from the edge of a tipping point as we stand on the precipice of the next industrial revolut...

  7. Predictive Analytics: The key to intelligent engineering

    IT support has historically been reactive: wait for it to break then fix it, and fix it cheap. But this simple approach is no longer fit for purpose. Times have changed, the workplace is evolving, and business users are becoming less accepting...

  8. Why are companies still clinging to the 9 to 5?

    Do we really need the 9-5 working day anymore? Or should we allow people to fit work around their lives in a way that suits them, giving them more time to focus on family or hobbies? To that first question, many top employers would argue not. ...

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