Will Virtual Reality Replace Conference Rooms?

Twenty years ago, asking “Will virtual reality replace conference rooms?” was a science fiction scenario. Think about the “high-tech” tools you used at work back then. Google had just been born. Wi-Fi networks were at their dawn, “landline” desk phones were widespread, and email was just surpassing snail mail as a means of communication. If you had … Read more

Audiovisual Design Tips for a Corporate Presentation Space Worthy of a TED Talk

With all-hands meetings, knowledge shares, events, and exhibitor demos becoming more common, organizations expect more from their internal presentation spaces. These areas have to be dynamic, flexible, and easy to use. In addition, presenters often want to reach colleagues beyond the office walls, in remote locations, and even at different times, so recording these events has … Read more

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How the Internet of Things is Changing Workplace Design

The Internet of Things is defined as a group of physical devices that is networked and able to send and receive data. This ability to communicate exponentially expands the availability of information about previously “dumb” spaces, and promises to transform work tasks and the design process. As our fixtures get smarter and our furniture is freed from the … Read more

Are Bots in Your Future? Three Trends Shaping Workplace Technology

This post was co-authored with Alex Serriere, TEECOM principal, CTO, and Director of Research. The technology landscape continues to change, each year bringing not only new tech but higher expectations from end users about that new tech. Consumer technology in particular has seen the most dramatic advancement. It’s up to enterprises to deploy technologies that align … Read more