"OpenText will not reopen approximately 50% of our offices and will institute a hybrid model with those employees continuing to work from home."
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Here's an abbreviated recap of a panel I moderated at Atlassian's Future of IT conference in New York with Atlassian CIO Archana Rao and Workforce Innovation Specialist Sophie Wade.
The gist of the Zone Wireless headsets from Logitech, which hasn't launched a headset for work in five years, was to create a headset that fits multiple roles, hop between devices, and help knowledge workers concentrate.
Logitech Tap is a conference room control appliance that'll work with Google, Microsoft and Zoom systems.
Ricoh put some meat on its smart office and growth plans with an effort it calls Dynamic Workplace Intelligence.
When someone gives you an hour of your life back by canceling a meeting give them a hug. It's a small way to claw back the 24 billion hours lost to meetings this year.
A pairing of Logitech and Plantronics would make sense since larger technology vendors enter the smart office and collaboration space.
Quip's Slides rounds out the Salesforce's productivity play. A familiar interface with multiple collaboration tools may make those internal decks a bit more functional.
The intellectual property behind Stride and HipChat will go to Slack. Atlassian will double down on managing IT teams.