PGi presents “The Future of Business Collaboration” [eBook]
For their 2016 installment of “The Future of Business Collaboration,” PGi invited experts from Frost & Sullivan, Airwatch VMware, InterfaceFLOR, x.ai and DaVincian Healthcare to dig into the key technology trends that are shaping our collective tomorrows.
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- How to handle security in the age of BYOT: Frost & Sullivan’s Melanie Turek surveys the current landscape on BYOT (bring your own technology), citing Frost & Sullivan’s own research to show that nearly half of U.S. companies don’t have a plan in place for BYOT. What’s that mean? How can IT leaders think strategically about the technology they’re placing (or not placing) at their employees’ fingertips?
- The future impact of artificial intelligence: Dennis R. Mortensen, the CEO/founder of recently-in-the-news x.AI, looks at how AI is poised to change workdays dramatically, and to potentially alleviate some of the tedious tasks that tend to clutter up a workday, like scheduling meetings or writing blog pos… hey, get out of here, you meddling robots!
- Changing the way work gets done: “Work is now moving away from device-based collaboration towards a new model: the digital workspace,” writes Blake Brannon, VP of product marketing for VMware AirWatch. “Consumer-simple and enterprise-secure, this unified, integrated environment converges every work technology across desktop and mobile.”
- Nature-inspired design: the critical link to healthy workplaces: Did the last eBook you read on the future of work discuss biophilic design? It should have—and Interface’s David Gerson explains why. “More than ever before,biophilic design is changing how companies view the workplace and forcing them to evolve,” he says.
- The evolution of the healthcare delivery: DaVincian Healthcare’s Chief Medical Officer, Meredith Porter, talks about big changes in an industry typically labeled as overly traditional and conservative. “Technology offers the healthcare workforce means to improve access and coordination of care delivery and ultimately, better health outcomes.” Whether you actually work in healthcare or just have a vested interest in, y’know, your own health, this is a critical trend.