The way we work continues to evolve. Every day, teams of all sizes are setting out to create and collaborate, each one dynamic, increasingly global and cross-functional with its own diverse work styles. Finding the right tools and the right space to drive creation and collaboration that leads to success can be challenging.
Microsoft and WeWork are tackling this challenge by combining smart tools and spaces that inspire people to pursue their passions and achieve more together.
Beginning in 2017, WeWork will adopt Office 365 for its corporate employees, providing them a universal toolkit for collaboration, designed for the unique work style of every team. As part of this rollout, WeWork will begin using Microsoft’s latest collaboration offerings—including Microsoft Teams and Surface Hub.
In addition to already offering Office 365 to its members, WeWork and Microsoft are working together to find new ways to use Office 365 to enhance the physical workspaces, including making it easy to reserve conference rooms through Outlook.
Also, starting in November, Microsoft employees based in New York, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Portland will be able to work from WeWork spaces globally, providing them a space to connect and collaborate with other businesses and partners.
WeWork embodies a new generation’s view of work where community and mobility are key. With Office 365 made for this new work reality, teams big and small will be even more empowered to achieve more together.
See the WeWork blog for more information.