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From AI to cloud-native – is your organisation future-ready?

Why it's time to stop printing and wasting money on paper

Despite the profusion of gadgets we use in our everyday work, U.S. office workers still go through about 10,000 sheets of paper annually, with about 70% ending up in the trash. Here's how to reduce or eliminate it altogether.


How remote work disrupted global supply chains

Many experts thought COVID-19-related lockdowns would reduce demand for hard goods. The opposite happened.

How remote work will improve lives — and destroy cities

The absence of tech and other workers is crushing city budgets and services, which could cause a chain reaction leading to the decay and shrinking of urban centers.

Why meetings don't work anymore

It's time to talk about the elephant in the meeting room.

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The evolution (and eventual end) of computer monitors

For 40 years or so, we've used computer monitors to work with our desktops and laptops. But as as head-mounted displays advance, how we see the online world is going to change.

Here comes the 'destination workplace.'

Competition in office spaces for remote workers will result in breathtaking choices and a world of creative options.

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How Apple plans to dent reality in the next 12 months

Apple is preparing its late 2022/early 2023 product salvo. What might this mean for your business?

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Human digital twins and evolution: The real Westworld?

At the moment, digital twins are rudimentary and limited. But as they evolve, could we wind up with Westworld-type twins that could be a boon to productivity?

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Apple doesn’t want a metaverse, it wants a better universe

Apple will want to take AR to the intersection of technology and the liberal arts to augment and enhance human capabilities.

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Merlynn and the promise of human ‘digital twins’

The prospect of using a "digital twin" to handle onerous, routine tasks at work may appeal to some workers. But there are pitfalls, too.

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Salesforce announces NFT Cloud platform amid crypto concerns

The company’s closed pilot program is aimed at letting companies increase customer engagement and manage NFTs from within Salesforce’s wide-ranging CRM platform.

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Apple isn’t saying too much, but AR is everywhere at WWDC

Though Apple didn't say anything this week about the augmented reality glasses most people assume it's working on, AR is in the air at WWDC.

Why remote work will lead to greater success

It's time to let go of collaboration bias and embrace the power of deep work.

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Why Apple worries about photography on the iPhone

Lights, smartphone cameras, action — and AR!

Apple is building a transformative platform for AR

Meta won’t matter much once Apple shares what it has been working on.

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What’s so great about Google’s ‘translation glasses’?

Forget language translation. This is Google Glass, but socially acceptable this time. And it could open a lot of AR doors.

How multiverse simulation can speed up innovation

When it comes to research and development for new products, time matters. And multiverse simulations can shave off years from start to final product. Just ask the military.

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Google acquires Raxium in augmented reality push

Google is pushing forward with its AR ambitions by acquiring the microLED startup Raxium for an undisclosed amount.

It’s time to imagine the new workplace

People are ready to go back to the office, but is the office ready for them? Experts weigh in on how they believe a global health crisis will transform how we work.

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