Digital Workplace Blog

Increasing efficiency by enabling digital supply-chain collaboration

Posted by Suchitra Bose on Oct 25, 2016 3:21:59 PM

Digital technologies are redefining the supply chain and providing greater cross-region visibility across teams. This visibility is easiest to achieve when people effectively collaborate across various functions of the supply chain. 

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Topics: prysm visual workplace

How the Tools You Use Impact Your Success

Posted by Dana Corey on Oct 6, 2016 5:16:05 PM

Technological advances increase productivity and create competitive advantage. But what if technology was forcing you to work in ways that made you less effective? Worse still, what if technology was causing your company to lose in the marketplace?

When it comes to the process of how we make decisions, hold meetings and design products, that might be exactly what is happening: limitations in technology force us to coax decision making (inherently a circuitous process) into an artificially linear one, and the fallout could be expensive.

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Topics: Future of Work

Infographic: Meetings Have Lost Their Mojo

Posted by Prysm Marketing on Sep 29, 2016 4:37:30 PM

Oh, meetings. It must be hard to be so unpopular. But let's face it — you rarely live up to your promise. You bore without purpose. You masquerade as a working session, then reveal yourself as an endless PowerPoint. You purport to offer a quick, important update, then wander aimlessly for an hour.

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Topics: meetings

Board Meetings Reimagined: The Prysm Experience

Posted by Amit Jain on Sep 19, 2016 4:33:02 PM

The hallmark of a truly disruptive technology is that it changes our day-to-day workflow. At Prysm, I see this happening all the time. A case in point is how we use Prysm Visual Workplace to help us prepare for, conduct and follow up after board meetings.

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Topics: Future of Work, meetings

The Rise of the Customer Experience Center

Posted by Dana Corey on Aug 16, 2016 8:00:00 AM

"You've got to start with the customer experience and work back to the technology — not the other way around." –Steve Jobs

Leading enterprises have long understood that one of the most powerful ways to attract and engage prospects (especially executive decision makers) is to provide them with a visually impressive, immersive demonstration of their products or services in an executive briefing center (EBC). These
centers can be used to give your customers a first-hand experience of both current and future offerings in an environment that allows your company to really "wow" your customers.

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Future of Work, prysm visual workplace

Keepin' It Real: Six Realities of Today's Workplace You Can No Longer Ignore

Posted by Hannah Grap on Aug 11, 2016 3:06:42 PM

Thanks to the advent of mobile technology and ubiquitous Internet access, an increasing number of people now work outside of the office one or more days per week.1 The shift also means that companies can more easily assemble a global workforce,  integrating team members from multiple locations and time zones. These changes have the potential to increase innovation, productivity and employee satisfaction, while lowering cost for employers — but only if we adjust our processes and technologies accordingly.

We've identified six new realities about the state of today's workplace that business leaders must recognize and manage in order to reap the benefits of today's modern work styles. Once you've read through these, learn more about how the Prysm Visual Workspace can help your company transform the way you work.

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Article: "Why Video Conferencing is No Longer Enough: Raising the Bar for Collaboration"

Posted by Dana Corey on Jul 27, 2016 2:42:17 PM

The advent of video conferencing permanently altered the way we work, by allowing us to collaborate in real time, from any location and from almost any device. It freed us from the office, as well as from the tyranny of the time zone.  It helped us leverage a global workforce, adding diversity and stimulating innovation.

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Topics: Remote Working, Future of Work

Four Ways to Keep Workers Engaged

Posted by Paige O'Neill on Jul 25, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Unless you're running an extremely enlightened workplace, there's a very strong chance (87%, or nearly nine out of 10) that your employees are sleepwalking through their work days1 — bored and disengaged. This is very bad news for U.S. employers, who lose $450 to $550 billion per year2 as a result of reduced productivity. 

The infographic below highlights four ways that research has shown to increase worker engagement, fulfillment and productivity. 

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Remote Working, Future of Work

Reality check: Is your organization as "progressive" as you think?

Posted by Paige O'Neill on Jul 20, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Thanks to mobile technology, we have a lot more freedom to decide where and when we work these days. Your backyard can become an office (yay, wifi!). You can vary your work schedule from day to day— from the early shift to the late shift, or anywhere in between. You even can have a full-time job in another country, making office visits via Skype. 

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Topics: Future of Work

Infographic: The State of Today's Distributed Workforce

Posted by Paige O'Neill on Jun 22, 2016 12:00:00 AM

The infographic to the right illustrates Forrester Consulting's findings in a study1 of the state of today's distributed workforce, which was commissioned by Prysm in early 2016. 

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Remote Working, Future of Work

Live From the Show Floor of InfoComm 2016

Posted by Shannon Martin Lyman on Jun 9, 2016 4:32:00 PM

Welcome to Prysm’s live blog from the show floor of InfoComm 2016. Here, we'll keep you posted on the highlights of the show and share what's happening...both in the Prysm booth and on the show floor.

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Topics: Remote Working, Future of Work, digital worksplace, infocomm 2016, prysm visual workplace

Prysm's New Microsoft-Enabled Digital Workplace

Posted by David Schweer on Jun 8, 2016 9:00:00 AM
The "holy grail" for the digital workplace is an interactive environment that provides all meeting participants with secure, seamless access to their presentations, documents, spreadsheets, videos and standard productivity tools...from anywhere, at any time, from any device. At Prysm, we're working to make that vision a reality. Today, at InfoComm, Prysm announced integration with Microsoft OneDrive for Business and Office 365, enabling users to search for, access, work within and download Office documents using Prysm's built-in web capabilities. Now, combined with the integration with Sk
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Topics: Digital Workplace, cloud security, microsoft, microsoft office 365

The Unexpected Dark Side of Working from Home

Posted by Paige O'Neill on Jun 7, 2016 4:58:41 PM

The "mobile revolution" has gotten a lot of great press. If you believe the hype, working from home is the best of all possible worlds—affording great career opportunities and fulfillment, without requiring you to change out of your bathrobe.

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Remote Working, Future of Work

Workplace Re-Imagined: Merging the Experience for In-Office & Remote Employees

Posted by Paige O'Neill on May 31, 2016 2:31:00 PM

There is no doubt about it—the workplace is changing. The traditional office environment, which was once made up of siloed cubicles and conference rooms, seems to be dissolving, taking with it the notion that work must be done in person at the office.

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Remote Working, Future of Work

Under Armour's Corporate Video Wall Strikes a Stunning Impression

Posted by David Schweer on May 24, 2016 1:33:00 PM

Ranking #9 of Forbes' "Most Innovative Companies" and cracking the top 100 on the magazine's "America's Best Employers," Under Armour knows what it takes to create not only a great product, but also a stellar working environment.

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Wow Walls

Is Your Workplace Millennial Ready?

Posted by Paige O'Neill on May 16, 2016 9:00:00 AM

It is estimated that "millennials"—loosely defined as individuals born after 1984will make up 75 percent of the U.S. workforce by 2025. This digitally literate group is umbilically attached to its social networks and accustomed to real-time everything. Millennials don't know a world without cell phones or a life before the Internet, and they expect this technology to surround them wherever they go. Employers are being forced to rethink and refresh their workplaces in order to recruit and retain this rising generation. 

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Topics: Digital Workplace, Millennials