As the futuristic landscape of our society grows ever larger, new technologies are constantly being innovated upon and taking our species in new directions. As an organisational leader it’s vital to keep up to date with the latest developments and how they might help you to achieve your goals.
Technology is a powerful tool when used correctly and can be an invaluable asset to your company. As new advancements are made it’s a great idea to keep up to date and explore what you could use to improve your productivity.
As the pandemic comes to a close and society acclimates to the new normal, new advancements are beginning to take off that can revolutionise the way you work and bring your company screaming into the 21st century.
After a year of work from home and social distancing, progress made during the pandemic regarding remote working is here to stay. Offerings from Microsoft, Salesforce, Zoom and even Facebook can help your workforce communicate remotely. Some companies are even beginning to step into the future of AR/VR interactions to make remote work a viable reality.
Depending on your organisation, remote work is a great option that your employees will appreciate. Giving workers the choice of their work environment can help to liven spirits and increase productivity. While this may be difficult to begin with, new software tools are making it easier than ever and it seems hybrid work is here to stay.
For a few years now telecom companies across the world have been aggressively pushing 5G as the next big leap forward. While marketing spiel is hard to believe, as more customers begin taking advantage of the new technology the benefits truly begin to activate.
Faster networks will always be a useful improvement, especially when they do not require close connections like wifi. 5G will benefit those working remotely as they have access to fast network speeds and can stay in the loop regardless of location.
As more manufacturers begin to release their electric vehicle options, the revolution of green transport is slowly taking over. Thanks to market disruptors such as Tesla, and new laws from Governments it’s inevitable that electric cars will take over in just a few short years.
In the UK the sale of all new non-electric cars is to be banned in 2030. This means that going forward investing in non-electric vehicles is a short sighted decision as the country moves to support an electric future. New infrastructure will mean lots of jobs in the EV space to help push the country into the future.
New technologies are always advancing and being released. Here at Digital Planet we can help you keep you up to date with the newest trends and advancements. Contact us today and learn about all the ways that we can help you!
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