Our Home is Not the Office of the Future… Sorry, Not Sorry

May 25th, 2021 |
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The COVID-19 pandemic proved that video conferencing could sustain businesses even if workers couldn’t work from their company’s office. It also peaked interest in VR, AR and other technologies that will shape the future of work. In this Tech Barometer report, explore the future of workspaces with Nicole Peterson, professor of interior design at Iowa State University; Don Massaro, who headed up the Xerox sales team in the early 1980s; and Paul Noll from office furniture manufacturer Steelcase.

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