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Workplace by Facebook: Can the social media giant convince IT decision makers?
"If business leaders can harness the Facebook ‘secret sauce’ to drive up employee engagement, then all are likely to benefit."
Facebook’s Workplace officially open for business
“The workplace is about more than just communicating between desks within the walls of an office."
Safe365 stamps out uncertainty around Kiwi workplace health & safety
New Zealand's poor health and safety record is about to get a welcome boost, with the launch of Safe365, a new tool that will help boost compliance.
Workspace of the future: Polycom's James Ware provides insights
At the recent Imagine 2016 event in Auckland, there were many topics discussed, not least of which the power of collaboration and the future.
HP unveils new One Life line, and it's all about mobility
"The One Life line focuses on design, productivity, security and entertainment so users get an enhanced computing experience for work or play."
Ed-tech holds 'enormous power' to foster learning beyond the basics
"Tremendous innovation is happening in education as well as across industries that we can learn from to design new learning experiences."
The workplace of tomorrow is here today
New technologies are popping up every day, but is there a way to automate and conveniently control them?
Millennials give CIOs wake-up call: Now's the time to invest in collaboration
“Rather than negatively disrupting traditional offices, millennials are sending companies a much needed wake up call."
Gen Z will fundamentally change the world of work
"Businesses must embrace this unique mindset toward technology and the concept of work in order to harness Gen Z’s natural always-on attitude."
Evernote is changing the way people work
Evernote is moving past simply note taking and venturing into the world of work. Two new features will capture your attention.
First images of Apple's 'spaceship' campus
The campus was first proposed in June, and all going to plan is expected to be finished in 2015. How does it compare with your office?
Change your job every three years if you want to be a great leader, writes one IT veteran.