• Customer Experience Centers
  • Corporate Lobby
  • Executive Boardrooms
  • Huddle Rooms

Enterprise Workplace

The workplace as we knew it, has forever changed following the pandemic. In search for the new normal, trends have emerged to what leaders are calling the transition to “hybrid work” — a blended model where some employees return to the office, some continue to work remotely or a combination of both. It will look something like the library was at school, a place to come for a few hours a few days a week to collaborate with your peers, work together, ideate and do things that you can’t do at home or individually. Then people will leave and do their individual tasks remotely. This hybrid workplace offers new opportunities and challenges for organizations in keeping everyone connected, productive and supported. Amid all this uncertainty, one thing is for sure, hybrid work is here to stay.


Percentage of work performed on Laptops has increased making it the dominant hardware choice.


Percentage of work performed on Desktops has declined.


Percent of Workers use personal devices for half their work.

Gartner Webinar on Digital Worker Experience Survey Results. 2021
Work Trend Index from Microsoft Worklab. 2021

Staying Connected and BYOD

Bring your own device. Office space no longer stops at the office. Meeting rooms and team culture will need to evolve to include a mix of group collaboration and quiet focus areas and ensure all voices are heard. Pre-pandemic, the culture favored inhouse resources and considered remote resources as second class citizens.

Leaders must consider how to equip all workers with the tools they need to contribute — whether they’re in the office, working from home, on the manufacturing floor, in the field, or on the go. And individuals are discovering their own peak productivity hours resulting in +20% of work completion during the wee after hours. What used to be 9-5 is now an individual’s customized schedule of alternating chunks of time for work and family balancing the commitments for both.

Canvas Collaboration

Portable devices are booming for digital workers. Jupiter’s software collaboration tool engages remote workers with the same interaction as offered inside the conference rooms. Ensure sustained connectivity and seamless collaboration with Canvas.

  • Canvas, mobile collaboration software
  • Pana 34 desktop with SimpleShare for connectivity

Competition for Top Talent

The talent landscape has shifted, and employee expectations have changed. Not only did the work world accelerate suddenly, so did its resources. Self-claimed “digital experts” appeared prolificly in LinkedIn indicating talent rose with the demands of the given conditions. Now it’s necessary for the work place to step up and meet the talent where they are. Brick and mortar offices need to invest in space and technology to be compelling enough to entice workers to commute in. The best leaders need to consider radical flexibility with each group in their organization, allowing more autonomy of workers to define where, when and how much they’re going to work. Employers forcing fixed hours or fixed locations will find themselves fishing in shallow resource pools where leaders who work to develop radical flexibility will be able to attract the best and most diverse talent.


Percentage increase self-claimed “Digital Expert” used in LinkedIn


Percent of Workforce planning to move because they can now work remotely.

"Remote job" postings on LinkedIn have increased over 5X since the pandemic.

Gartner Webinar on Digital Worker Experience Survey Results. 2021
Work Trend Index from Microsoft Worklab. 2021

The Jupiter Office

Our Pana display line with SimpleShare, Jupiter’s proprietary quick connect software, enables all sized meeting spaces from large conference rooms down to personal desktops and anything in between.

To read Commercial Integrator’s white-paper on our enterprise displays, click here.


Enterprise Global Installations


  • Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University
  • Coppin State University School of Nursing
  • Department of Health & Human Services
  • First Health of Arizona
  • GE Healthcare
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Providence Health
  • Stanford
  • Siemens
  • T-Health Institute, University of Arizona
  • World Health Organization (WHO)


  • Barclays
  • BNY Mellon
  • CITI

Enterprise Case Studies

Executive Briefing Center

  • Fortune 500 Company in Banking Vertical
  • International Company in Internet Security

Corporate Lobby and Conference Rooms

  • NASDAQ listed Corporation in Aerospace
  • National Healthcare Company