Now that the dust has settled on Mobile World Congress 2016, it’s time to take a look at the most interesting workplace technologies that stole the show. Although much of the talk was focused on new hardware, the devices were ultimately little more than minor upgrades to the smartphones already in the attendees pockets. There were a few cool wearables on display, but most of the innovation was focused on software. The drive toward mobile connectivity in the workplace was more apparent than ever.
Here are the five technologies that could have a major impact on the business world in the coming months:
Deputy is a cloud-based staff management software that aims to decrease the time it takes small business owners to manage their staff. The software is advertised as a way for managers to work remotely, without losing the adaptability of being on site. Features include messaging, shift scheduling, task delegation, attendance reporting and payroll. Withworkforce mobility becoming a staple of the modern business world, software like this could prove to be extremely beneficial to small business owners.