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Extranet use cases – Your chance to get ahead

By |April 15th, 2021|Categories: Digital collaboration, Digitalization, Workplace 4.0|Tags: , , |

“An extranet just isn’t right for my company, my industry, my product, my service”, this or statements like this can be heard time and time again. Especially small and medium-sized companies are still struggling with the topic of extranets. The communication channels email, telephone and mail are too ingrained, and the time and outgoings needed to implement an extranet are too uncertain. An area with many misunderstandings.

Employer branding: How employers benefit from a digital workplace

By |March 24th, 2021|Categories: Digital collaboration, Workplace 4.0|Tags: , , |

The digital workplace is more than just a buzzword. When companies provide their employees with modern options for structuring their work, they attract new talents, better motivate their team and become more attractive as an employer. A decisive factor in times of the “War for talents”.

Digitalization as creative deconstruction

By |February 24th, 2021|Categories: Digital collaboration, Digitalization, Workplace 4.0|Tags: , |

When it comes to digitalization in companies, people have very different opinions. For employees in the HR department, it may mean online applications (finally, no more scanning documents), and the IT department may be happy about a ticket system (finally, no more answering every inquiry by phone). But at the end of the day, the applications are still printed out and given to the management on paper or the ticket system is not used by all employees and so in the end, the IT department has to handle the requests on the phone. This means that digitalization gets stuck halfway through the process.

Are you still hesitating to switch to home office? Then you have already missed the connection!

By |October 8th, 2020|Categories: Digital collaboration, Modern working, Workplace 4.0|Tags: , , , , , , , |

At the latest since the current debate about the "right to a home office", flexible working models have been the subject of intense debate in companies. However, many companies fear security problems and declining productivity. Practice shows, however, that home offices increase productivity and German IT companies in particular offer both uncomplicated and secure solutions.

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