The Apple-in-the-enterprise space has begun to create opportunities for companies willing to look for smart answers to emerging pain points around the future of work.
If there’s any silver lining to disasters, it’s that they can quickly change rules and behaviors in ways that save many more lives over the long term. It’s the same with COVID.
Like many companies, Apple faces challenges as it seeks to evolve for the post-pandemic workplace.
Before the pandemic, workforce and human capital management software and services were mainly used to track employee attendance and work. But with a more hybrid and gig-centric workforce, those tools are now in need of major upgrades.
How can IT leaders implement hybrid and remote policies that benefit both employees and employers long term? Here’s expert advice to help organizations get it right from day one.
With many companies eyeing “hybrid” workplace strategies this year, Facebook is looking to bolster its Workplace platform to make collaboration easier. Workplace executive Ujjwal Singh explained what’s coming and why.
The rise of remote work brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic has spurred faster adoption of employee monitoring software by companies who want to boost productivity — and keep an eye on workers outside the office.
Research firm IDC expects businesses to invest heavily in mobile devices as the pandemic increases remote working; 60% of the workforce will be mobile within four years.