Technologies are helping employees interact remotely with co-workers and objects stationed anywhere in the world.

As office environments adapt to a wide array of new technologies, workers are gaining increased freedom to work from outside the office. In fact, 70% of employees think being in an office regularly is unnecessary. How does this trend affect contemporary office life?

New technologies are blurring the lines between physical and digital space, making remote interactions with co-workers and even objects, a richer and more engaging experience. Mobile robotics and projection technologies are enabling workers to dynamically connect with geographically dispersed offices, helping build stronger relationships and achieve better results from distant collaborations. As these technologies become more commonplace, they will fundamentally change the nature of how workers are able to work together and communicate.

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