Imagine the alarm clock ringing to your favorite workout song on to prepare you for your usual morning jog. After your run, the refrigerator reminds you that the milk is low by pinging your mobile device. As you hop into the car to start your day, the GPS automatically routes you to the new dentist’s office for your appointment.
Gone are the days of imagining an interconnected world. Technological advances have given rise to “smart” homes and cars and made our everyday personal routines more efficient. Today, the same is true for your workplace. The workplace of the 21st century is vastly different than it was even just 10 years ago. The rise of mobility and cloud are enabling efficient and effective work done on the road, in the air, on the couch or at the local coffee shop. The core of this evolution lies with people: your agency’s employees, customers and constituents.
However, enabling the workplace of the future in your agency is not a walk in the park. That’s why GovLoop sat down with HP Enterprise’s Bryan Coapstick, Director of Mobility and Workplace Services, and Trevor Gordon, United States Public Sector Practice Principal for Mobility and Workplace Services, to explore what the workplace of the future is and how your agency can achieve it.