Teams | Collaboration | Customer Service | Project Management


Past, Present, and Future of the Workplace

Trying to answer the question of what the future of the workplace will look like seems to be a never ending discussion. Of course, this interests both employers and employees, who tend to feel uncertain about the constantly changing landscape and put a lot of thought and effort into arriving prepared for what’s coming.

Zoom workplace AI revolutionizes team collaboration

With the launch of its AI-powered platform, Zoom Workplace, Zoom Video Communications has made a significant advancement in the rapidly changing field of digital workspaces. Together with updates to the AI Companion, this platform seeks to transform teamwork through increased output, smoother connections, and more flexible work arrangements. Here’s a closer look at how Zoom is changing the way people collaborate in contemporary offices.

Knowledge Work Automation Will Change Compliance

All companies rely on effective compliance to protect data and streamline business operations. The advantages of automating knowledge work are infinite. Companies can implement a comprehensive database to store institutional knowledge. This approach helps organizations minimize the risk of cyberattacks, avoid document mismanagement, and enhance workflows in every department. Organizations can then focus on superior customer service.

The Importance of Document Automation

When you envision “automation,” what comes to mind? For many people, it's images of large automotive assembly lines. Deploying robotic arms and other modern marvels, these manufacturing facilities are monuments to the power of automation. However, the real automation revolution today happens outside the manufacturing floor. In offices around the world, automation software is transforming knowledge work—particularly solutions that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI).

How a VPN Protects Sensitive Business Information

Data is the lifeblood of success in today's dynamic business landscape. Financial records, customer information, intellectual property - these digital assets are crucial for competition and they demand robust protection. While the digital age has introduced conveniences in the form of blurred geographical boundaries so businesses can operate globally, new security challenges have cropped up that must be tackled.

State of Internal Communications research findings: An interview with Simpplr Chief Insights Officer Jordan Katz (podcast)

Technology is rapidly evolving — and so are many Internal Communication teams, which are leveraging innovations from generative AI to virtual assistance to increase productivity and magnify the impact of their work.

Steering Committee: Role, Responsibilities, and Best Practices

Every business understands the importance of staying on track in any endeavor — may it be creating a new IT system or launching a new product. To ensure that such projects deliver the intended results, having a steering committee is a good solution. Usually comprised of key stakeholders and experts, this committee acts as a guiding hand in project management and risk mitigation.

The crucial link between employee engagement and retention

To improve things in the modern business environment, it’s important to understand what motivates and keeps employees. Companies can’t say enough about how important it is to have employees who are driven and dedicated to the business’s success, especially when it comes to new ideas and competition. This blog post discusses why employee engagement is important, how it affects retention, and gives businesses useful tips for making their staff loyal and helpful.

How to build resilient teams with Agile expert Diana Larsen

Diana Larsen is an international authority in Agile software development, leadership, and transformations. She’s also the co-author of Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams, and The Five Rules of Accelerated Learning. Her most recent book, Lead Without Blame, is particularly relevant now, as it addresses the crucial need for enterprises to build resilient teams in today’s increasingly competitive and challenging landscape.