Flexible office and co-working provider Workspace has committed to 49 buildings across its portfolio becoming Wired Certified Gold or above.
One of the first major portfolio-wide commitments to connectivity, TechTalk Radio welcomed Chris Boultwood, head of client connected services at Workspace and William Newton, president and EMEA managing director of Wiredscore, into the studio.
Tune in to learn more about the creation of Workspace’s “mini network” and which film Newton will be rushing to download (in a mere seven seconds) when 5G kicks in.
All that plus co-hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary stumble dangerously close to a rabbit hole...
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From finance to founder, tackling mental health in proptech and your chance to meet the man behind Google Maps. TTR is back with a change of pace
“We speak the same language, but that’s really where the similarities end.” Wiredscore’s Tom Redmayne talks to EG about his newfound status as an Englishman in New York.
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Smart spaces, solo mini breaks and a robot called Heidi
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Bosch, GPE and taking the pain out of commuting. Plus, the first ever Tech Talk cliffhanger
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