Why and how we work has changed almost beyond recognition in the last decade.Read More
May 26, 2016 | 0 |
Technology is an enabler; it gives businesses, cities and leaders information on the environment and safety, opportunities to engage with new audiences and creates new choices as to how and where to work. However, use of this technology produces risks, not least to privacy and data protection. As cities and workplaces become more intelligent, connected and agile, HR, IT and facilities management will also become increasingly enmeshed – with shared goals and concerns, and trust/transparency ever-more crucial.Read More
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