By Vivi Cahyadi Himmel, co-founder and CEO, AltoVita, provides her insight into how businesses can adapt to the new work-from-anywhere landscape.
Dropbox has announced new updates and changes to their product suite, which seek to respond to the growing trend of remote work.
As we gradually adapt to a post-pandemic world where lockdowns across the world have accelerated the adoption of remote work, Top Business Tech looks at the technologies that have enabled us to remain connected while physically separated.
Lysa Campbell, CEO of Retail Marketing Group shares her thoughts on the future of working from home with the limitations of traditional video-conferencing tools and the implications of using these on businesses long-term.ly
Stéphane Kirchacker, VP EMEA at Sinequa, takes a closer look at the key factors driving employee engagement in a hybrid work environment.
Sean Lowry, Chief Technology Officer at Glide, explains how WiFi6 can help organisations to foster a collaborative working environment, despite staff regularly being split between the office and home.
Tamas Kadar, founder and CEO, SEON looks at how businesses can effectively implement remote work.
Apple has remained hardline in its plans for employees to return to the office in September, causing outrage amongst employees.
Trisha Mandal, content and communications manager at Mobius Labs, takes a look at the future of remote work in a post-COVID-19 society .
Firms are also put at risk by phishing emails and the use of personal devices for work purposes according to new research from Enghouse Interactive.
Chris Hurst, Managing Director of Kaspersky UK&I, argues that employers need to better communicate with the staff around surveillance and build trust in the security needs requiring monitoring software.
Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, Francis O’Haire, Group Technology Director for DataSolutions, shares with Top Business Tech how companies can work towards sustainability goals.