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By sketching future spaces around tablets, smart phones, and social technologies, companies can operate with far fewer desks.
Emerging data-mining software tells whether employees are helpful, toxic, or management material—and how well the company functions.
The Xerox CTO describes research that allows manufacturing and office workers to avoid commuting to traffic-choked Indian cities.
Beyond spam filtering, tools emerge to cope with e-mail overload.
Highly efficient use of technology from Lagos to Nairobi reveals a less-is-more aesthetic.
Emily Post might have advised us to keep informal IM language out of e-mail and avoid watching Twitter feeds when colleagues are speaking.
New models have reached the marketplace, but high initial prices keep applications limited.
Researchers are using activity-monitoring technology to figure out how to keep employees healthier.
By encouraging use of its social business platform, Infosys fosters collaboration in far-flung offices.
As the definition of the workplace changes, dramatic increases in productivity could be ahead.