A futureologist at BT (yes, such a position actually exists, crystal ball skills a bonus) believes the office-based nine-to-five will soon become a thing of the past as we have now reached the point whereby those in “knowledge-based” professions can effectively do their jobs with little more than a computer, phone and internet connection.
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2013 was a great year for tech as some jaw-dropping innovations – such as Google Glass and 3D Printing – landed, while apps like Vine and Instagram exploded onto the social media scene.
So, what does 2014 have in store for us? Here are our predictions for this year’s tech trends…
There’s been a fair amount of discussion lately around the various cases for and against working from home – not least because big companies such as Yahoo and HP have stopped employees from doing so – but would how many of us would take a pay cut for the privilege?
It sometimes feels like the future has arrived and we’re living it right now – what with self-driving cars, smartwatches, fingerprint and retina recognition technology – but why do so many of us still seem to have such a fondness for old, outdated ‘retro’ tech?
If this is something of an alien concept to you, let me try to explain…
If you needed any convincing about just how popular working from home was becoming, then consider that a construction company in Kent is building houses with integral office space as part of the original floor plan.
The three-storey properties at Scholar’s Place in Ashford will all have a ground floor made up of offices suitable for a wide range of business uses – so you’ll be able to hold everything from a conference call to a full blown meeting from the comfort of your own home!