The use of technology is critical to
our team. At the very beginning, we
were not so involved with telepresence,
but now I can say that we can’t
see ourselves working without it.
team leader, Sales Resources Network
I work out of the WorkLife sales office in Gurgaon.
Almost a third of the time, I am huddled together in
the project room with my team, doing critical thinking
and project planning. We use media:scape, a big
whiteboard, and an overhead projector to collaborate.
manager, Supply Chain
An interesting new way
that I would prefer to collaborate in our office is to have
media:scape with a high-definition video camera.
As the business grows in
our region, I foresee a need
for it in collaborating with
our clients and other teams.
Amir Ahmad Khan
dealer sales manager
RI YADH, SAUDI ARABIA
Photos (clockwise from top left): Natalya Moya, Cheng Leong Koay, Khaja N. Wasif, Cheng Leong Koay, Jeff Dykehouse, Tobey Sanford
If you want to be more innovative,
if you want to make decisions more
quickly, you need your employees—your
users—to bump into each other often.
If you don’t see someone because
you’re in your cubicle, you’re missing
an opportunity. When you’re visible,
you’re available—and that drives the
connection. Collaboration happens
spontaneously, not in a planned way.
category manager, Desking Portfolio
When individuals and groups can search
media together in real time, and share
and compare their data from their
laptops, it’s remarkable. In such a setting,
information has a seat at the table and
is very much a part of the team.
general manager, Advanced Applications
PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA
We hope to spend one-third of our time
supporting operations in our region and
the rest of our time supporting operations
across the globe. If we’re only supporting
operations in our region, we’re not
adding enough value to the system.
managing director, Global Business Center
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA