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How to get workplace collaboration ready for the millennial workforce

Posted by Debby Kappetijn on July 11, 2017 at 8:00 AM

Millennials are rapidly taking over the workplace. Generation Y already comprises the majority of the workforce. Yet, only 65% of Dutch IT leaders consider young people as beneficial to the organization. It’s time for the veterans to stop looking at this generation as eager beavers that should be tamed, but to take these employees of the future seriously. To keep up with the changing workforce, organizations should already start to adjust to new ways of working. Millennials are digital natives who grew up with laptops, smartphones, social media and apps. Naturally, they take this digital technology to the workplace. To attract and engage young talent, organizations should cater to their digital needs and habits. In this blog, I will tell you how to get your workplace ready for these youngsters by providing them with great UC and collaboration tools.

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Why it’s time to replace your PBX with Skype for Business

Posted by Debby Kappetijn on June 27, 2017 at 8:00 AM

You company’s PBX telephone system will soon celebrate its 20th anniversary. Over the years, it has served you well but despite recurring patch ups, your PBX’ retirement is approaching fast. So you find yourself at a crossroads: you either purchase the modern younger brother of your PBX, or you choose the progressive and trendy cousin: Skype for Business. You might’ve already used Skype outside of work. But transferring an entire organization from traditional telephones to Skype for Business is an entirely different story. Nevertheless, once successfully implemented and adopted within the company, Skype for Business will prove its worth. In this blog, I’ll explain why you should say goodbye to your outdated PBX and welcome Skype for Business into your organization.

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4x why remote working reduces the carbon footprint of your company

Posted by Debby Kappetijn on June 13, 2017 at 8:00 AM

The benefits of remote working come in many forms. Advantages concerning costs, flexibility and job satisfaction are obvious. But do you realize that working remotely also decreases the carbon footprint of your organization drastically? Giving employees the possibility to work from home is actually a very ‘green’ choice. This is valuable knowledge, in times where both staff and organizations are looking for ways to be more sustainable and eco-friendly. In this blog, I will explain how remote working positively benefits the carbon footprint of your company.

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