Technology has revolutionized the way we work.  It has made us more connected and productive, no matter where we are, and has led to new economic opportunities for Americans across the country.  Tech has enabled our workforce to become smarter and more efficient while driving the U.S. economy forward.  See how tech is transforming how we work in this week’s Tech At Work.

How Tech is Transforming How We Work

Box launched an app for the new Apple Vision Pro headset that allows for interactive collaboration between teams from anywhere and new immersive experiences that redefine the way we work.

Dell introduced a portfolio of AI laptops and mobile workstations to help organizations elevate performance, productivity, and collaboration for everyday workers.

Coursera launched Course Builder, an AI-assisted tool that auto-generates course content, including outlines, descriptions, and learning objectives, and dramatically reduces the time and cost of content production without sacrificing quality.

Zoom highlighted five ways AI writing tools can help improve productivity at work.

OpenAI introduced ChatGPT Team, a way for teams of all sizes to securely collaborate and get the most out of ChatGPT at work.

Salesforce highlighted how its Einstein AI platform is saving companies hours per day on administrative tasks, enabling time to be spent on relationship-building and revenue-generating conversations with customers.

Intuit’s QuickBooks Solopreneur is helping one-person businesses quickly and easily simplify their finances.

Meta made it easier for brands and content creators to collaborate on Instagram.

NetApp explained how cyber resilience enables worker productivity.

CDW shared three technology trends that are improving hybrid work.


New in Tech

DoorDash is Supporting the White House Challenge to End Hunger and Build Healthy Communities

DoorDash is building on its previous commitments in support of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.  In partnership with Brighter Bites, DoorDash is expanding its existing support for initiatives and policies that broaden food access across communities.


What We’re Saying

TechNet Urges President Biden to Focus on Bipartisan Solutions to Ensure the U.S. Wins the Next Era of Innovation in the State of the Union Address

TechNet Sends Letter to the House of Representatives in Support of the Bipartisan Workforce Pell Act


Before You Start the Weekend

Garmin shares how its new Beat-to-Beat Interval technology, which measures the intervals between heartbeats, can help people gain valuable insights into their physical and mental health.