Activity-based workspace: the new approach
of the Australian companies surveyed in 2015 had introduced activity-based workspaces.¹
of Australian companies surveyed indicated that they plan to move to an activity-based workspace in the immediate future.¹
workstations are sitting idle in about 500 buildings nationwide across Australia and an activity-based workspace can solve this dilemma of paying for unused space.²
of companies surveyed in 2014 allow some or all workers to use employee-owned devices.³
¹ Smith, Sean “Creativity , Costs Life Hot-desk Appeal.” The West Australian 17 Aug 2015: n. pag. Print
² BS staff to count cost of telework, Canberra TImes (Australia), Noel Towell, 11 April 2016
³ ReadWrite Survey Results: What a Typical BYOD Program Really Looks Like,
Mobile workers: a growing population
The U.S. mobile worker population forecast by International Data Corporation (IDC):
Office-based mobile workers (defined by International Data Corporation (IDC), as those whose primary workplace is an office environment), including both corporate and home locations, will be the new norm
The growth of mobile devices
With the changing work trends and a greater emphasis on work facilities to support collaborative activities, companies strongly believe that a flexible working environment is a win-win solution to utilise unused space. Firstly, it is able to transform these unused spaces into more productive spaces; secondly, it is able to help promote a sense of ‘community’ within the company.
Moreover, the increased capabilities of mobile devices have resulted in mobile devices being the preferred choice over traditional work stations. Hence, companies would need to cater to this demand. To accommodate this growing trend, it is anticipated that work stations will evolve into activity-based workspaces.
Worldwide smart connected devices forecast
Gartner conducted a survey with 355 IT leaders from a variety of companies and governments globally. The respondents were asked on their organisation’s approach with ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) programmes:
How Can Zgo facilitate a mobile-friendly
As companies evolve and embrace the concept of a ‘future office’ that hinges on mobility, collaborative workspaces and new devices, there is no better time than now to re-think about the functional demands of our workplace that influence how we work.
Zgo’s solution consist of three simple steps:
Zgo integrates mobile deveices and workstation devices into a single system. Users are able to swiftly snap on their mobile devices and would not requir and other extra tools for assembly.
Throught Zgo’s flexible adjustability, users are able to configure the workstation to suit their work needs, This eliminates the risk of back pain, despite adoption a different workspace on a daily basis.
Users would be able to safely release their mobile device, just as easily as connecting it. Users can leave work without having to worry about restoring the workstation to its original state.