This smart thermometer proves that stocking stuffers don’t have to be useless. The compact gadget uses 16 infrared sensors to take heat measurements and find the hottest point when it’s swept across someone’s forehead. Since using the Thermo doesn’t require contact with the skin, it’s more sanitary than alternative temperature-taking methods, but you’re not sacrificing accuracy. The Thermo makes it easy to interpret results with a color-coded LED indicator, and the companion smartphone app provides advice based on age, fever level, fever history, and symptoms.
Investing in people is key to successful transformation
People-related factors like talent attraction and retention and clear top-down communication will determine whether your transformation progresses or stalls.
Work reinvented: Tech will drive the office evolution
As organizations navigate a new world of hybrid work, tech innovation will be crucial for employee connection and collaboration.
The way forward: Merging IT and operations
Digital transformation in any industry begins with bridging the gap between two traditionally separate teams.
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