Enterprises must ensure that their workforces are able to work faster, smarter and more productively. In the midst of this digital revolution, the email which was the centre is now being moved to the margin of corporate communication and various collaboration platforms are taking the centre stage. But just providing a platform for the employees to communicate is not enough. Simply providing employees with a collaboration platform which helps them communicate is not enough; Organisations must ensure that they find new ways for the employees to collaborate such that it enables teamwork, improves innovation and optimises employee productivity.
Collaboration essentially means working together and not just co-talking. It involves not only sharing knowledge but also helping employees complete the tasks speedily and effectively fuelling organisation growth and personal self-development. Conventional collaboration tools should do more than just help the employees digitise the old collaboration platforms. To accomplish these tools must embedded deep in our processes and systems so that it becomes a part of the organisations work culture.
Effective communication technologies support how people communicate today but aslo how workforce of the future will work. Organisations are working with an increasing number of stakeholders from employees, government, partners to their end customers towards a common unified goal which requires to use effective communication technologies.
Unlock efficiencies and unleash innovation with IoT
The rapid expansion of devices creates opportunities to gain faster insights by connecting the unconnected. The Internet of Things (IoT) offers new ways to drive efficiencies, engage customers, and develop new business with greater insights at the Intelligent Edge.
of all IoT data will be processed at the edge prior to being sent to a data center by 20191
of potential IoT economic impact requires interoperability between IoT systems2