Working from home or living at work?

Once the novelty of working from home wore off, many of us grappled with the thought “am I working from home or do I live at work?”.

3 years ago   •   2 min read

By Angelique Tzanakakis

Time has become even more precious as the boundaries between work and personal life become blurred. Our private spaces have become backdrops to our meetings and pets, the uninvited guests. Meetings are now being held in your living room or home office.

While there is no shortage of advice online about how to stay productive or manage your time, the long-term solution inevitably involves technology. How can technology make the transition to remote work seamless? Google has recognised the need to transform work as a place to work as a space.

Speaking at the Public Sector Summit, Gary Danoff, Head of Google Workspace, succinctly outlined how Google Workspace provides users with a single integrated space to collaborate and work from regardless of location or devices. Danoff emphasises the effortless collaboration facilitated by Google Workspace which was designed with users in mind to save time and get work done not only faster but in a single space.


Workspace also offers helpful tools that help you get the most out of your time. For example, linked content and interactive previews allow you to spend less time switching between tabs. Workspace easily organises your data for you within a single space saving you time to do things that really matter. You can even use Office files.

Having a single space to work and collaborate with your colleagues in real-time that is simple and easy to use is invaluable. Gone are the days of emailing multiple versions of that report or accidentally working off of an old version. With Google Workspace, everyone works on the same document, at the same time.


Provide your employees with a secure and reliable space to collaborate and work from with Google Workspace.

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