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Blog posts by Kinly Benelux

The team at Kinly Benelux.

Work is not a place, but an activity

The year 2020 changed the way we worked together completely. Despite all the problems, it has also provided us the opportunity to re-evaluate the way we work. And since we’ve seen that things can be done differently, the change might be a permanent one. The change was not as bad as we feared. The pandemic forced us to adapt—but many are now perfectly capable of working independent of location. The need to commute has diminished. Employees will now look for the right balance. Work is becoming an activity instead of a place to go.

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The virtual component of work

Work consist of three components: a psychological, physical and a virtual component. In our first blog we addressed the psychological component, followed by the physical component in our second blog. In this final blog we elaborate on the importance of the virtual component of work, which comes down to the tools people need to have access to in order to work and collaborate (remotely). This varies from online collaboration platforms, document sharing, video conferencing tools to chat functionality.

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The psychological component of work

Work consists of three components: The psychological, the physical, and the virtual. In this blog, we elaborate on the significance of the first one. The psychological component refers to the needs and challenges people experience in their work that affect their performance. It’s vital for organizations to get a clear understanding of those needs and challenges because it’s the key to an optimal working environment. By putting people first, companies support their most valuable asset: Their employees. It also helps strengthen the organisation’s status, which not only makes it an attractive workplace for existing employees, but also for potential hires.

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Top tips for video conferencing success

Body language makes up 70 percent of our daily communication. This is the reason why more and more companies are using video conferencing. With video, participants can communicate understanding, obscurity, joy or frustration in a non-verbal way without interrupting.

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How DFN was able to rapidly upscale its video conferencing services

The Deutsches Forschungsnetz (DFN) is the German national research and education network used for academic and research purposes. In 1984, it was founded by universities, non-university research institutions and research-oriented companies to stimulate computerized communication in Germany. In 2020, around 900 institutions in Germany are connected to DFN’s high-quality network.

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The Cube: an example for every innovative campus

The University of Tilburg aims to be a modern and innovative university. This finds expression in, among other things, The Cube, which was opened in June 2018. This new building on the university campus exudes innovation and focuses on promoting collaboration between visitors. The technology is both easy to use and manageable.

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