Future Shape of Offices: Logitech’s Recommendations To Make Your Workplace Safe
Quarantined rooms, antimicrobial paint on the walls, and rounded corners in toilet cubicles are among the recommendations in a proposed building standard for reshaping offices in order to beat the threat of coronavirus. The proposals by the president of the European Property Federation include the installation of a fully equipped room close to reception where a person who is taken ill at work could isolate; hospital-grade air filtration systems for meeting rooms, cafeterias and other communal areas. Logitech Video Collaboration wants to understand how companies are making an effort to make their workplace safe including their plans on how to continue/increase face to face communication/interaction either in the office or virtually.
Learn more during this 90min virtual Roundtable on the latest Logitech devices innovations, whether you need to equip your small huddle room, increase your offerings on bringing your own devices for sanitary purposes or even optimize the occupancy level management. Our moderator, Clare Forestier and Alice Keefe, VC Sales manager at Logitech will be your hosts and answer any questions you may have.
1. What has been your experience over the last couple of months? Did you have to switch your work culture/ways of working?
2. What are the software and the hardware solutions you have used? And did you have to quickly equip your teams with new software/devices?
3. Did you find it difficult to understand offers on the market and the adequate value proposition out on the UC market? Did you face any specific challenges?
4. What are the unique key sellers from UC players that are important to you?
5. Do you know about the latest Logitech announcements?
A Swiss company focused on innovation and quality, Logitech designs products and experiences that have an everyday place in people's lives. Founded in 1981 in Lausanne, Switzerland, and quickly expanding to the Silicon Valley, Logitech started connecting people through innovative computer peripherals and many industry firsts, including the infrared cordless mouse, the thumb-operated trackball, the laser mouse, and more.