We’ve spent the past year adapting our working habits to a (mainly) remote working model. Zoom calls and Google hangouts have become the norm, digital dependence is at an all-time high, and we’ve all developed an acute awareness of the importance of great connectivity.
When it comes to productivity, connectivity is king. With 98% of office workers linking digital connectivity to productivity, what’s clear is that reliable and resilient connectivity is a must have for any business and, by extension, any building.
But, how do you know you’ll be going back to a building ready to cater for your connectivity needs, and support new working habits? Will your building be able to cope with the new hybrid way of working (ie: employees operating both in the office and at home), and does it have the infrastructure to support a disparate workforce?