Posts tagged mobile technology
Destroy to Create Experiment: Can I Use a 10.5" iPad Pro Full-Time at Work?

I regularly conduct what I like to call “Destroy to Create” experiments, where I take a routine, habit or workflow and switch it up to see if I can make it better, faster, easier and/or cheaper.

In Q4 2017, I wanted to see if I could replace a laptop with the new 10.5" iPad Pro. Because it was Abundance 360 season, my busiest time of the year, I found myself using a laptop more than usual simply out of necessity. So I extended the experiment through to Q1 2018 to give the iPad a fair shot at a mix of everyday work -- design, writing, videoconferences, heavy email, browser use, Slack and file management.

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Frictionless Friday: Mobile Technology Leads to More Engaged Employees

Mobile technology has taken over the world, but it seems that it hasn't quite reached a large number of workplaces. According to the recently released Global Workplace report from Steelcase, landline phones and desktop computers are still very present in American offices, at a ratio of 2-to-1. More than 86% of employers continue to have employees use landline phones. And, 80% of companies still require that workers use desktop computers. 

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