Technology Record - Issue 27: Winter 2022

30 MAR K E TWATCH Unified communication solution provider Gamma has investigated how 100 brands are putting solutions into practice to make hybrid working seamless and effective for employees. This co-creation builds on the Frontiers event which was held earlier this year and addresses challenges associated with the future of work, customer experience and employee engagement. Investigating the various views on how the future is shaping up for the hybrid workforce, Alex Ayers, sales director at Gamma, said: “As leaders all over the world puzzle over how to make hybrid work and how to retain their critical talent, big questions loom: what is the role of the office? Is the commute worth it? How do teams better connect? We want to show what 100 brands are doing in response.” Find out more about Gamma at: Gamma shares future insights in new report Johnson Controls and Microsoft are helping businesses meet sustainability goals by providing greater insights for emissions measurements and tracking via its Net Zero Advisor application. The feature – which is part of Johnson Controls’ Microsoft cloud-hosted OpenBlue Enterprise Manager – gathers and analyses data on greenhouse gas emissions, energy, consumption and costs. As such, it simplifies reporting and performance tracking, so users can evaluate the environmental impact of their property portfolio with full visibility of emissions, detailed energy use readings, and facility trends against goals. Johnson Controls accelerates decarbonisation with Net Zero Advisor