Wednesday June 3, 2020

The New Normal

Millennials and Generation Z workers, accustomed to using Skype and Facetime at home and when travelling, want access to similar technology at work for virtual meetings with colleagues and customers alike, writes Aoife Valentine

4th March, 2018
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Brian Martin, senior vice-president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Blueface Picture: Chris Bellew/Fennell

Connecting and collaborating with colleagues, customers and business partners is a key part of most people’s working day, but as technology keeps advancing, there is less and less need for this kind of engagement to take place in the boardroom.

There are many things a simple phone call cannot cover, but a video call can do more than adequately. Add in collaborative tools, such as Cisco Spark Boards or interactive white boards, to...

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