Office workplaces are continually evolving and incorporating new technologies – just like computer companies of today. There have been modifications to the general idea of the office cubicle, which is slowly phasing out the cubicles of old that are bland and not very functional. If you are on the market for cubicles for your computer company, there are some additions that can be made to cubicles that you may want to incorporate into yours.
Most employees of a computer company use multiple monitors throughout the workday. Rather than sit each monitor on your desk and lose workspace, try using a monitor arm that can handle multiple screens. There are monitor arms available for nearly any amount of monitors you require. The beauty of these monitor arms is your ability to move the screens around with ease, without the hassle of a bundle of cords getting bunched up and tangled. There are also several ways to handle the data cords that come into your cubicles. You can have power installed above the work surface that allows for quick plug and play of your electronics.
Once you’ve chosen the technology you want to utilize in your computer company’s office cubicles you’ll want to consider which configuration you want for your cubicles. If you wish to create a teaming environment that encourages collaboration then you should consider low-wall cubicles with 48” walls. If you need a more private setting, consider medium height walls of 54” or 62”. If your employees work in teams, consider a bullpen configuration, which places coworkers who are on the same team in one spot.