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At DWF we like to keep an eye on digital workplace news – here’s a quick round up from November.

2013 and beyond

As 2012 draws rapidly to a close it’s time to think about what lies ahead in 2013 and beyond for the digital workplace:

Reflecting on Sandy

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, reflections on what it means for new ways of working:

Send me an email

So we’re still living out of our inboxes, but it isn’t all bad press for email this month:

DW in numbers

This month’s numbers reflect the race to equip frontline workers – as Paul Miller writes, forget the office workers:

Reading matter

Something to read over the holiday season, or perhaps a geekish gift:

Have you thought about?

And finally some food for thought on emerging issues for the digital (and physical) workplace:

About the author

Elizabeth Marsh - DWG's Director of ResearchElizabeth Marsh leads the Digital Workplace Group’s member research and events. She is passionate about connecting members to peers or resources and exploring new research opportunities.

Elizabeth is co-author, with Paul Miller, of the new book “The Digital Renaissance of Work—Delivering digital workplaces fit for the future”.

Prior to joining DWG, Elizabeth held intranet management roles at T-Mobile and Reuters, with broad-ranging responsibilities including community management, internal communications and research.

When not busy in the digital workplace, Elizabeth is a keen writer and musician, playing flute in an amateur orchestra and performing with various local groups.

Connect with Elizabeth on Twitter at @digitalsanity or on Google +.

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