Art in the Office: Can It Really Make a Difference?

With deadlines, heavy workloads and other office pressures, the workplace can become uncomfortable and tense for employees. Artwork can not only make your office walls more attractive (for both employees and visiting clients) but can...

Robots Marketed for Businesses

As a corporate real estate company, webre always interested in workplace changes, trends and innovations. Needless to say, bThe Robot in the Next Cubicleb headline from Businessweek caught our eyes. Creating a new challenge for...

Apple quietly appeals to business world

Despite the companybs previous consumer-only focus, Apple is now quietly appealing to Corporate America as well. Essentially, bSteve Jobs is trying to make it easier for corporate customers to buy their employees iPhones, iPads, and...

Businesses using mobile apps

As companies have begun embracing smartphones for business, more apps for businesses are being developed, according to this Businessweek article. Google and IBM have internal mobile apps available for their employees to complete tasks such...

Another index offers positive outlook

The Integra Realty Resources Commercial Property Index has indicated bsigns of improvementb in this yearbs third quarter, according to REIT.com. The index shows multifamily properties gaining value during the third quarter, while projecting all other...

Office market recovering?

Therebs a glimmer of hope for the office market, as new research from Reis Inc. shows office rents are starting to stabilize. In the past three months, average rents decreased by only a cent, which...

Artificial Intelligence for mobile devices

Webve talked a lot on this blog about smartphones, innovations and how technology is changing the workplace, but never about something quite thisb& well, futuristic-sounding. After all, bArtificial intelligence is going mobile,b Businessweek has declared...