Articles Tagged "Technology" (Page 2)
Will Citizen Engineers Build Most Technology Products and Services by 2024?
Recent research indicated non-IT professionals will build most technology products and services in the next two years. Not everyone agrees.
What's Behind the Explosion of Low-Code and No-Code Applications
Companies are turning to low-code/no-code platforms as they struggle to find skilled developers. But there are other reasons for the growth.
What to Make of the Boom in HR Tech Investment
HR tech companies are raking in deals from venture capital firms who see work tech as a hot sector. But can these firms live up to their exploding valuations?
Startup Wander Gets Funding to Make Remote Work More Scenic
The Austin, Texas-based company got $7M to build its network of "smart homes" in travel destinations that remote workers can book via app.
The Real Opportunity for Employee Experience
We're getting closer to a real definition for employee experience, and software platforms are catching up to what both administrators and employees want.
The Tools Enterprises Need to Enable Hybrid Workplaces
With an increasing number of workers now splitting time between home and office settings, new research shows where technology is needed.
Why Enterprise AI Needs Human Intervention
In the wake of the Pegasus Spyware controversy there were calls from many quarters for deeper control of AI by humans. Is it necessary?
Keeping Humanity at the Center of Technology
Employee experience promises to put humanity at the center of organizational decision making. Making that vision come true requires leadership.
What to Do About Tech Skills Shortages
COVID-19 exacerbated many problems in the workplace, with recruitment and talent retention being two of the big ones. Here is how to make it better.
Successful Companies Offer Engagement, Not Employee Surveillance
There are alternatives to employee surveillance technology when companies are looking for better productivity and engagement.