At The Serviced Office Company we love gadgets and are always on the look-out for ones that will brighten up your day in the office.
Here are a couple ideas to ease going through all that paperwork!
Electronic dictionary bookmark
Ever get stuck not quite grasping the meaning of a word, especially in legal documents? Rather than reaching out for a conventional dictionary, wouldn’t it be much more convenient if you could just ask your bookmark?
Perfect your knowledge of any tricky words with this very thin and stylish dictionary that you can keep inside your books or at hand in your office drawer. This electronic dictionary bookmark knows 38,000 words! Just tap the troublesome term into the bookmark using the sleek built-in keypad and it will bring the definition back to you in seconds and display it on the LCD screen, allowing you to read on without major disruption.
Like and dislike stamps
With these straight-to-the-point ‘Like’ and ‘Dislike’ stamps, you can whack a succinct appraisal on documents landing on your desk.
With the phenomenon of Facebook’s ‘like’ button – symbolised by an instantly recognisable thumbs up icon – this age-old hand signal has taken on a whole new lease of life in cyberspace and now on your paperwork.
The Emirates Office Tower is a 54-floor office building along Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is connected with the 56-floor Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel by a retail boulevard. The two towers form what is commonly referred to as the Emirates Towers complex. The tower has a total structural height of 354.6m (1,163ft) and roof height of 311m (1,020ft), making it the 19th-tallest building in the world. The Emirates Office Tower is taller than the neighbouring Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, but has two fewer floors.
The Emirates Office Tower achieves its iconic status not only from its striking profile, but from its outstanding standards of finish, design and functionality.
Sharp lines and high technology meet in a place which provides the optimum working environment, natural light and panoramic views. Each floor features spectacular views over Dubai, computer based centralised lighting and air conditioning plus impressive public areas and high-speed lifts.
Emirates Office Tower, Dubai, UAE
How about an office in the air? The American president has just that on board the Air Force One aircraft. It’s by no means a conventional plane. Air Force One comprises of 4,000 square feet of floor space, split over three levels. Mr President’s working suite comprises of a large office, additional conference rooms and a very decadent lavatory.
The plane’s other conveniences include a medical suite, complete with an operating theatre and full-time surgeon, two food preparation galleys capable of serving 100 passengers, two big sofas, 85 telephones, 19 televisions, 238 miles of wiring and a treadmill for stretching your legs on those long haul flights.
Air force one