There’s a new wave of work spaces emerging at Google, and it’s taking home offices by storm. The company has designed its Bay View campus in Mountain View, Calif., on 42 acres, with 20 percent of it open space. The campus features two office buildings, a 1,000-person event center, and 240 short-term employee corporate housing units. The company created a space that replicates the look and feel of an office, dividing focus spaces by floor. There’s no need to worry about getting lost in a large space, either – you can re-arrange them in hours!
Various technologies in the home office have radically changed the way that workers do their work. Emails, for example, have zero meaning if nobody reads them. Video-conferencing is difficult to do if the other party’s internet connection is slow. Some technologies have been around for years, but only recently have they become useful to home office workers. Listed below are some technologies that are making home offices easier to manage.
Diverse technology used in home offices have fundamentally altered how employees complete their job. For instance, emails are meaningless if no one reads them. If the internet connection of the other side is sluggish, video conferencing is challenging. Although certain technologies have been around for a while, home office employees have only lately found use for them. The following technologies make it simpler to run home offices.