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Technology is critical for hybrid work.

Technology is in the driver’s seat in today’s hybrid workplace. Employees now have very different expectations, preferring a hybrid work schedule to support work/life balance. In order to attract and retain talent in an extremely competitive market, organizations are rethinking what hybrid means to them.

In a hybrid work model, the office serves as a hub for collaboration. Conferencing technology goes beyond the meeting room. Employees need to collaborate locally and with remote team members throughout the office with fixed and mobile technology to make every space a collaboration space.

With high quality collaborative room systems, remote participants can see and hear everyone as if they are in the same room. With the feature sets of Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other platforms, participation and engagement has never been better, creating equitable experiences for all.

We serve as a consultative partner to help you integrate office technology. We look at hybrid office design holistically, integrating technology with furniture and architectural systems to create high performing collaborative environments.

We help you create the perfect collaborative workspaces and keep them running smoothly.

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Employee Retention in a Post-Pandemic World: Stop the Stampede

Employee Retention in a Post-Pandemic World: Stop the Stampede

As organizations start to return to the office, employees are thinking twice about staying with their employer, which threatens employee retention. According to Microsoft’s 2021 Work Trend Index Report, research shows that 41% of the global workforce is likely to consider leaving their current employer within the next year, with 46% planning to make a…

Dunder Mifflin’s Reimagined Office: 6 Post-COVID Concept Spaces

Dunder Mifflin’s Reimagined Office: 6 Post-COVID Concept Spaces

NBC’s hit comedy show The Office features the everyday lives and work interactions of employees at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company in Scranton, PA. Inside the Scranton branch are several outdated, dull, and dreary work settings. Since the first episode aired in March of 2005, we’re looking back on its 16th year anniversary to see how…


Key findings from Microsoft’s Work Trend Index Report 2020

Since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the US back in January 2020, our lives have been turned upside down – including the way we collaborate, meet, and socialize with one another. Microsoft has been studying these new ways of communication closely to determine how it has impacted workplace wellbeing on a global scale.…

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