August 16, 2016
In the 1980s and 1990s, having a desktop computer on every desk was the business dream. Not anymore. Thanks to technology and resulting mobility, the desktops and assigned cubicles are disappearing, to be replaced by “fluid workspaces centered on network connectivity and mobile practices,” according to Commercial Observer columnist Scott Spector.
The workspaces today are more activity-based. They also need to be flexible enough to take into account technology’s ever-changing parameters. Spector’s thought is that open plans with access to advanced tech systems and programs are more ideal than assigned, static workspaces.
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