Throughout June, IT Channel Expert went on a mission to find out how the workplace is going to change in the future, and how the business technology that we use today is set to evolve.
Not only did we collect some in depth reports on the most important IT business trends set to make an impact in 2015 from the likes of SolarWinds and CompTIA, but we also heard from a number of industry figures who offered up their own ideas on what the office of the future might look like.
Soitron’s Daniel Olsson spoke about what the back office of tomorrow will look like, while AMD’s Sasa Marinkovic discusses how virtual reality and higher res displays will make an impact.
In terms of the actual office, the overall consensus appears to be that a physical place of work where every employee goes to at the same set hours five days a week is close to extinction.
As remote working continues to become a viable option for a lot of workers, and security firms and tech vendors are working on ways to help employees collaborate and access important company data in a safe way, regardless of where they are in the world, the idea of set hours in a set location starts to almost feel restrictive.
While there’s a lot of information around future working strategies how do you actually implement them? Here’s our ten most popular articles on the subject to help you understand they ways you can make sure your business doesn’t get left behind:
Are you ready for the dawning virtual age?
Sasa Marinkovic – AMD
What will the back office of tomorrow look like?
Daniel Olsson – Soitron
The future of energy efficient IT and why it matters
Mark Papermaster – AMD
Do we need more women in tech?
Maggie Zaboura – Zaboura
There are far too many great opinions and white papers to cover in this column, so if you’d like to look through all of our business strategy content check out the dedicated category here.
Throughout July we will be focusing on repairs and maintenance. If you have an opinion, some advice, a case study, report or white paper that may be relevant, get in touch now by email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.