“As technology has evolved and improved, and there are different protocols that can be put in place around device policies, you start to see far more of an upward curve into a connected workplace and thereby you are actually increasing the opportunities for a far safer workplace,” says Nick Brown of Ansell Intelforz. Credit: Farknot Architect/Adobe Stock “As technology has evolved and improved, and there are different protocols that can be put in place around device policies, you start to see far more of an upward curve into a connected workplace and thereby you are actually increasing the opportunities for a far safer workplace,” says Nick Brown of Ansell Inteliforz. Credit: Farknot Architect/Adobe Stock

With the rise of smartphones and similar devices came workplace no-device policies, which were initially instituted to keep employees focused on their responsibilities.

However, Nick Brown, a senior director at Ansell Inteliforz, says technology has progressed to the point that cell phones, tablets and other connected devices now have the potential to make workplaces safer.


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