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The future of the workplace

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The future of the workplace

There is a larger shift happening in business – and it’s about more than changing technology. It’s about people – how they work, where they work, and the culture that guides and motivates them. Technology is the how, not the why. Half of the global workforce will be mobile by 2020. The office is no longer restricted to a set of buildings – it’s at home, in a café, a city across the globe, or on a plane. With so many changing locations, your device becomes your office. Which is why Microsoft is bringing even greater mobility by making Surface Pro with LTE Advanced available to business customers

Virtual realities

A new VR and mixed-reality centre has launched in Wellington. That, by itself, is not news. But what is news: the fact that Projectr is being launched with the help of Victoria University of Wellington and other high-profile supporters for far more than just making immersive games.

Wrestler's VR/AR World Tour

The co-founders of Wellington production company Wrestler recently travelled around the real world to look at the future of the virtual world. In part four of the series, Ben Forman recounts his time in the Big Apple.

Virtual reality realities

Staples VR's Aliesha Staples won the Xero Hi-Tech Young Achiever Award at the 2017 Hi-Tech Awards. To celebrate her win, we're republishing this story about a project her company has been involved with.