The future of the workplace

It’s no secret that over the last 35 years the computer has replaced much of the technology that originally required us to work in an office. Paper trails that needed to be kept under lock and key can now be recorded and accessed easily through electronic means, whilst the internet has made a range of […]

Watson without borders

Our jobs and the way we work and behave will most certainly change disruptively in the near future. Workplace 3.0 – moniker that seems to be sticking when referring to the next wave of workplace innovation – is a dramatic departure from the previous Workplace 2.0 way we were doing things. The white collar landscape […]

Connected cooking – has anything yet attained the Butler Experience?

From a technological and sociological perspective, the kitchen has a unique place within the home. Despite the kitchen being the hub of homes for centuries, it’s also been one of the rooms that’s slowest to evolve from a broader technological standpoint. Whilst kitchen specific gadgets and gizmos have continuously appeared over the years, the connectedness […]

Workplace 3.0

Whilst several leaders in the tech industry are now investing in ‘creative spaces’, their approaches differ a great deal between each other. At the Salone de Mobile 2017 fair, more furniture and office designs were presented that expanded on the creation of easier methods for collaboration in a mobile workspace. Despite the variety of different […]

The future of smart cities

A few weeks ago we helped create a thinkpiece for Information Age focusing on the future of smart cities and the potential pitfalls that city planners would come across as the concept evolved and developed. We’d recommend that you give the entire thing a read (it’s fascinating stuff!) but if you can’t, or don’t want […]

All I want for Christmas…

Imagine for a moment that you are able to walk into your meeting with the deep certainty that everyone in the room is well-versed in the subject matter. Because the “prep” work was good, you cut out any chance of a dual speed meetings: with half of the quorum eyeing insightfully the next steps, and […]

everis and dizmo team up

We’re thrilled to share with you the news that we teamed up with everis, an NTT data company, to create innovative solutions for the Industrie 4.0. Read more about it in the press release below. *** everis and dizmo team up to create the next generation of On Demand Dashboards for the Internet of Things […]

How To Collaborate More Efficiently In The Workplace

We all understand that the Internet of Things is likely to change the ways in which we work on a daily basis, but it is collaboration in business that’s becoming more important for driving results and promoting an efficient working environment. The key is understanding the power of mutually beneficial partnerships, and how businesses can […]

The importance of On Demand Dashboards in Industrie 4.0

Wrench Time, Time to First Oil, First-Time Fix Rate. These are just some examples of the time-led, outcome-led KPIs that we were hearing all about last week on the Everis stand at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona. Such KPIs are examples of the outcome economy – the hallmark of the Industrial IoT – […]

Raspberry Pi meets dizmo

Raspberry Pi, the credit-card sized computer and must-have for any tech-lab, has recently also claimed its place in the IoT world, which is how it grabbed our attention. Fascinated by its sleek looking 7”-touchscreen, driven by playfulness, we of course wanted to run dizmo on it. Such said, such done: We first made dizmoViewer run […]