With "all-day calls and music" in Jabra’s newest intelligent stereo headphones, including a dedicated Siri and Google Now button, this device is smartly made for both calls AND music.
The workplace of tomorrow is going to place far different demands on us. Human to human interaction will have the highest value of all. No matter how you talk to someone, you want to be heard clearly and free from interference and background noise – and vice versa. Hence my initial reference to ‘moving to the edge’.
Workspaces are getting smaller – the trend is to 40% less space - and they are getting noisier and less productive too according to David Piggott, ANZ managing director from Jabra.
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