Adam Riggs, CEO of Frameable, offers advice to organizations looking to better manage the ever-growing array of apps.
When it comes to remote work that goes beyond calendars and meeting links, “that’s a real problem, but the metaverse is not the solution to that,” Riggs told SDxCentral.
Frameable CEO Adam Riggs speaks to Dave Sobel on “The Business of Tech” podcast on how Spaces can help organizations create serendipitous connections virtually.
Frameable Spaces is featured among software products delivering experiences that help employees and organizations adapt to remote and hybrid work.
Frameable CEO Adam Riggs spoke to the Wall Street Journal about the future of remote work and how Spaces can provide a solution beyond videoconferencing software.
Frameable CEO Adam Riggs spoke to Yahoo Finance regarding why VR in the workplace is not a viable solution in the near-term future.
Adam Riggs, CEO of Frameable, explains how the Spaces software can aid remote work and help to minimize “productivity paranoia.”
Frameable announced Spaces’ public launch and an enhanced focus on accessibility and environmental sustainability across its platforms at The Conference Board’s Engaged @Work: Employee Experience & Talent Acquisition conference in New York City.
Frameable Spaces is featured as a tool to help you reduce friction and collaborate effectively with a hybrid workforce.
Employers still have steps to take to ensure remote workers feel connected. Frameable CEO Adam Riggs encourages employers to invest in responsive technology to allow for spontaneous virtual interactions.