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Reshaping the workspace:
The future of AV in the office
Audio Visual and Video Conferencing tools have changed our relationship with the office and remote working
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way we work forever and businesses need to adapt to a new normal. For many, the office is no longer their primary daily location, where they arrive at 9am and leave at 5pm. Instead, it is now much more likely to be a flexible hub, where people can drop in if they have specific needs, but aren’t physically tied to a particular space.
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- Is the office dead? What is the future of the workplace?
- How to successfully have face-to-face meetings.
- Reimagining the office layout after COVID.
- Why 76% of people avoid the office to get important work done.
- How to enable employees to have a better work-life balance.
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Reimagining the Office
The lingering effects of the coronavirus pandemic will have an impact on the workplace itself. With many traditional offices not able to meet social distancing rules without significant changes, such as blocking off desks and restricting the number of people in the office at any one time, continued home working may be the only choice for many.
Upgrading Audio-Visual (AV) and Video Conferencing tools will be a must to ensure firms can make this more agile way of working a success. It also means a wider rethink of how companies use their workspaces and what changes will need to be made in order to facilitate a more remote workforce.
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Hospitals, doctor’s surgeries and other clinical practices have been increasingly using video consultation technologies in recent years, with this being used for multidisciplinary team meetings where specialists are connecting from several locations, as well as for doctor-to-patient communications.
To ensure healthcare providers can be certain that the tools they are accessing meet the stringent data protection requirements of their sector, it’s vital they choose a supplier with the right security experience and capabilities. This is especially true when embracing cloud services that will be at the foundation of services like Video Conferencing.
Our ClineCall Video Platform offers a range of cloud based video conferencing and consultation solutions to healthcare professionals. Whether looking for a simple way to hold a video consultation with a patient, consult with another clinician or manage unscheduled emergency video enquiries, the ClineCall Service can help. Arrow is a Crown Commercial Service Supplier, making it simple for public sector and healthcare organisations to use ClineCall.
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The office post-lockdown
An unexpected revolution
For a variety of reasons, agile working is here to stay, and the office will have to adapt to it. For instance, much has been made of the long-term effects of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic on how we work. According to some studies, more than half of people in the UK expect their employer to have a rethink of issues like flexible working post-Covid, with many gearing up for a much more agile long-term future.
However, while this may have sped up plans, demands for increased agility have not come out of nowhere. Indeed, there were already forecasts that up to half of Brits would work remotely in 2020, long before we’d ever heard of Covid-19.
Upgrading audio-visual (AV) and videoconferencing tools will be a must to ensure firms can make this more agile way of working a success. But this doesn’t just mean equipping employees with better communications technologies. It’s also likely to mean a wider rethink of how companies use their workspaces and what changes will need to be made in order to facilitate a more remote workforce.
What’s happening to the workplace?
There are a few key trends that have been taking place over the past few years that have seen the role of the office change. Both technological and cultural shifts have required firms to rethink their attitudes to the office, and in turn, this will have a huge impact on how colleagues keep in touch with each other, as well as with suppliers and customers.
[The agile working revolution:
- 22% of UK workers have changed roles or jobs for improved flexibility
- 36% of employees would prefer agile working over a pay rise
- 76% of people avoid the office when they need to get important work done]
A sea-change in the way we work
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