Companies are beginning to use new collaboration methods and less formal and rigorous work spaces than those we all know.

Interior customization and careful selection of every object around them, attention to innovation and design, creation of spaces dedicated to rest, hobbies, sport, play and culture understood as very useful generators of ideas and therefore an integral part of creative and productive processes, are the cornerstones of a working context current. Colleagues are no longer understood according to the traditional paradigm, but “nomadic” professionals between one project and another, between one desk and another, and who may live and work on the other side of the world in a diametrically opposite time zone .

Internet of Things

The relationship therefore resides in the connection and collaboration and it is for this that the technologies are absolute protagonists of the office of the present and future. The Internet of Things will increasingly make a fundamental contribution to governance; think today of the sensors and applications that manage and supervise intelligent domestic buildings to control air conditioning, energy, processing power and safety.

In the future, all this will obviously be amplified and the IoT will enable many new services also in the world of work: from the assignment of parking lots and workstations, to the management of new contact points that will support the work of people such as, for example , interactive totems or e-boards. The office therefore loses the conception of physical space, and turns into a portable instrument that serves to work wherever you are and therefore any space can become a temporary office: a library, a train or the sofa of a concept store.

Functional and modern work environments

Which will significantly contribute to the increase in the well-being of workers and therefore to their productivity.