IBM’s new RoboRXN chemistry lab allows scientists to create new molecules while working remotely using robots, cloud, and AI. The platform accelerates the synthesis process and highlights discovery, which is not only a great boost to the field of chemistry, it’s also an example of innovation and agility we’ll likely see much more of. Most of us think of work as being in an office setting, but the RoboRXN platform reminds us that work can take place in a laboratory, a factory, on a farm, or on a construction site — and technology can play a big role in all those settings.
Let’s take a look at the areas of business that could see the biggest impact from implementing immersive technologies.
HPE Financial Services has donated 300 laptops to nonprofit Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH). This donation will help provide continuity, facilitate remote learning, and provide new opportunities for the organization and the young people served by BHGH, and nicely personifies HPE’s commitment to the principle of Circular Economy.
Salesforce has joined the ranks of other big tech companies who have extended their work from home policies till the end of next summer. The company is also giving parents an extra 6 weeks of vacation.
Samsung’s AppStack launch is a boon to SMBs seeking to embrace digital transformation. Solutions range from G Suite’s collaboration platform, to CRMs, time tracking, design, POS offerings, and more. AppStack is billed as a one stop, easy-to-manage, no-risk, lower cost technology solution and is an attractive offering. Now, comes the hard part — getting consumer attention and driving trial.
Amazon is adding an expanded hub and spoke model that is enabling more job creation in markets outside the company’s headquarters.
How can businesses pandemic-proof their business operations? Let’s explore some of the processes companies should implement today to prepare for the future of work.
Companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Salesforce have pledged money and created new programs to upskill their workforces starting a trend and bigger conversation about how to prepare today’s workforce for the future.
In the last few years, the desire to see programs, services, and investments that make a difference in the environment and the world are becoming an increasingly larger part of the CX conversation–especially for large global brands.
SpaceX Starlink sends up more satellites and preps for its high-speed broadband network which it is confident will be beta serving U.S. and Canada by the end of the year.