HOW IOT WILL TRANSFORM OFFICE SPACE UTILIZATION

ROBERT PADILLA | May 30, 2019

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The new digital workplace brings a wealth of data-driven analytical tools to management teams to support operations, IT spend, scalability and your ability to innovate. According to Statista, the total installed base of IoT connected devices is projected to amount to approximately 75 billion worldwide by 2025. In today’s blog, we examine how the latest IoT technologies are poised to transform the way your organization manages its second most expensive budget item (after personnel), your firm’s office space.

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