By the end of 2017, worldwide data storage capacities will be at their highest and only set to increase. We know of companies working with “big data” and shifting from stand-alone personal computers to higher powered computing systems like “the cloud”. With the internet, E-mail and social media, access to online data and instant data transfers are inseparable from our daily lives. The importance of data reaches far beyond personal usage, and an increasing number of companies and jobs now depend purely on the internet and data processing and analysis. As a result, companies began to develop their own data centers. But as the volumes of data constantly increased, they needed to hire third-party data center providers to meet their requirements, creating an entire industry in itself. Setting up a data center, like any other facility, comes with a host of its own challenges and considerations. Continue reading “How to find the Right Location for Data Centers?”
People today are more informed than ever before. A lifestyle, which supports a work-life balance, as well as physical health, is one of the most sought-after life goals. Since most jobs today are data and technology centric, they don’t require much physical activity to get them done and employees end up creating increasingly sedentary lifestyles. Job satisfaction now relies heavily on a person’s ability to take care of their health, alongside being productive at work. Continue reading “How Fitness Amenities can give Offices a Competitive Edge”
Read the whole blog: 4 Workplace Design Tips to Improve Employee Efficiency
The simple trick to boost the productivity of employees may not lie in complex research and strategy but in the design of the office. How the workplace looks have a direct impact on the workers’ level of engagement and performance. Moreover, the right environment can boost the company’s image making it stand out from competitors.
Here are a few workplace design tips to help optimize employee performance:
An open view from your desk is not just easy on the eye but may also help you get better results at work. According to studies, a pleasant view of the outside results in faster and better performance by employees. No wonder then that office buildings orient maximum interior spaces to face landscaped areas and natural sceneries. The use of plants, green spaces and natural colors also helps in breaking the drab monotony of office interiors. Continue reading “4 Workplace Design Tips to Improve Employee Efficiency”