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According to the first list published by Fortune magazine in 1955, 429 of the 500 most important companies in the world no longer exist. In a volatile society like ours, where the digital revolution is changing the way we consume, communicate and get information, companies — like species — must adapt to survive.
Way back in 1975, at the very dawn of digitisation, the office of the future was already being seen as a paperless environment. Today, we have the tools to make this vision a reality and its benefits are multiples. In adittion to promoting sustainability, it improves document access and worker productivity.
Shared offices have become dynamic melting pots of professionals from diverse disciplines coming together to work in a network that is collaborative, creative and innovative.
Emailing is one of the main communication channels that exist today along with instant messaging and social networking. Through it we establish contact with other people exchanging personal and professional information.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will meet in Bonn (Germany) from 6 to 17 November 2017 for the Climate Change Conference, which will be presided over by the Government of Fiji.
Autonomous cars, smart grids, smartphones, Facebook, etc. How can we come up with the most innovative ideas? How can we detect and encourage disruptive talent?