In recent years, employers have offered more ways for employees to customize how they see their work environment. These extra features can often go a long way toward improving their productivity and comfort in the office, but they are often held in check by the problems that such technology can create. A smart office was created with the purposes of keeping these technological shortcomings from crippling employee productivity.
Mobile? Grab this Article!
Tip of the Week Security Technology Best Practices Privacy Cloud Google Business Computing Tech Term Data Backup Email Network Security User Tips Hosted Solutions Innovation Microsoft Data Hardware Hackers Cloud Computing Malware Internet Browser Data Recovery Software Managed IT Services Chrome VoIp Smartphones Alert IT Services Communications Small Business Workplace Tips Business Android Mobile Devices Communication Backup Artificial Intelligence Windows 10 Smartphone Outsourced IT Network Business Management Cybersecurity How To Cybercrime Productivity Internet of Things Computer Business Continuity IT Support Ransomware Spam Saving Money Money Computers Applications Efficiency Windows Office 365 Phishing BDR Collaboration Word Vulnerability Information Facebook Gadgets Save Money Miscellaneous Router Social Engineering Social Media Voice over Internet Protocol Mobile Device Management Connectivity Data Protection Managed IT Services App Passwords Two-factor Authentication Server Data Security Data Breach Telephone Systems Infrastructure Managed Service Business Intelligence IT Plan Telephone System Telephony Spam Blocking CES Paperless Office Encryption Scam Bring Your Own Device Managed IT Automation Servers Windows 7 Update Password Law Enforcement Unsupported Software Human Resources Remote Monitoring Data Storage Content Management Employer-Employee Relationship Holiday VPN Redundancy HaaS BYOD Identity Theft Microsoft Office Bandwidth OneNote Blockchain Settings Sports WiFi Wi-Fi Upgrade Mobile Device Comparison Operating System IT Management Apps Avoiding Downtime Software as a Service Virtualization Google Docs Fraud Google Drive Keyboard Virtual Assistant Website Microchip Windows Server 2008 Recovery Supercomputer Downtime Authentication Start Menu Office Samsung Telecommuting Data Management FENG Charger Practices Multi-Factor Security Public Computer Knowledge Cast HBO Audit Amazon Web Services Password Management Windows 10 Recycling USB Wiring Leadership Search Engine Root Cause Analysis Nanotechnology MSP Office Tips Private Cloud Remote Work Outlook Conferencing Wireless Charging Hosted Computing Network Congestion Disaster Recovery Entertainment Warranty NIST eWaste Addiction Wire Firewall Botnet Safety HVAC Bing Patch Management Computer Care SaaS Hiring/Firing Password Manager Smart Tech File Sharing Public Cloud Staff Frequently Asked Questions Cortana Inventory Skype Trending Work/Life Balance Machine Learning Printer Online Shopping Accountants Cryptocurrency Sync Assessment Current Events Data loss Legal Unified Threat Management Travel Automobile Help Desk Budget Big Data Augmented Reality Tools Credit Cards Mouse Excel IBM Google Apps Millennials HIPAA YouTube Computer Fan Evernote Safe Mode Television Criminal Smart Office Mobile Computing Physical Security Networking Quick Tips Netflix Business Mangement Devices Cache Training Software Tips Digital Signature Administrator Tip of the week Government Emails Workers Access Control Specifications IT Consultant Windows 10s Workforce Electronic Medical Records webinar The Internet of Things Cleaning Screen Mirroring Document Management Camera PDF Enterprise Content Management Shortcuts Flash Marketing Flexibility Meetings Gmail Thought Leadership Wireless Internet Remote Worker Value Solid State Drive Amazon Managing Stress Webinar Printers Twitter IT support IT solutions Emergency Compliance Regulation Thank You Company Culture CrashOverride Congratulations