The effects of ICT on wellbeing have previously been based on mere guesswork, but now we’ve conducted the first study on the topic. The results show that ICT wellbeing is crucial, as proved by the nearly hundred company decision makers who answered our poll.
This is a phrase you have probably seen or heard too many times whenever the year changes. Nevertheless, although the phrase is a worn-out cliché, it still has a point. Looking to the future often means finding something to develop in yourself as well as in business. That’s why we at Data-Info rephrased the old saying to the form: “New year, new ways of working.”
Phones, computers, and tablets follow us from the moment we wake up to when we doze off again. That’s why it’s crucial that they work smoothly.
You walk out of the office with a headache and commute with neck pain. Sound familiar? You could blame your migraine or the crummy hotel room pillows, but most aches and pains result from bad posture during remote work.