As more people return to the workplace, organizations are striving to create a safe and secure working environment. Effective, streamlined, digital media communications are at the heart of any ‘back to work’ strategy, allowing companies to quickly communicate relevant messages, engage employees and safeguard businesses.
As high streets start to fill up, retailers strive to adopt new technologies to ensure everyone is kept safe and informed while enhancing the ‘back to store’ experience. Reacting in real-time to breaking news updates or the general mood is paramount; something print displays cannot compete with.
Starting college or university is a huge part of a person’s life, however, college life for students is now going to be considerably different, with social distancing being enforced along with smaller class sizes and an increase in remote learning everyone stays safe on campus and in their accommodation.
As people start travelling nationally and internationally, it is important that hotels have an agile digital communications platform that can easily display local health and safety messaging. The safer the hotel environment is, the more empowered people will feel checking in, so the technology you adopt is paramount.
As sports and events return in moderation, it’s starting to become obvious where the challenges will come from and where the industry needs to prepare in order to restore confidence to visitors. Whether it’s ensuring safe arrivals, in-bowl social distancing, concourse logistics or organised departures, digital technology will be at the centre.
Care homes and senior living complexes have had to undergo significant protocol and technology changes to ensure residents, family and staff receive clear messages and guidance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital media technologies can help ease these difficulties and ensure a more enjoyable experience for patients and visitors.