Offices of the future will reflect that information is the highest value commodity

Deem, Kristen
February 1998
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;02/23/98, Vol. 27 Issue 35, Special Report p3
Emphasizes the influence of the information technology on office practice according to Salt Lake City, Utah-based Virtual Consulting Inc. Changing trends and patterns in office practice; Technology's replacement of manual office practices; Technologically advanced concepts in office practice; Includes alternative officing, guesting, home office, hoteling and hot desking.


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