There are many essential tools and objects that facilitate the work done at an office desk. Unfortunately, this does not include the cables and wires that not only create chaos on the desk surface, but also hinder access to basic devices. What's more, they are not aesthetically pleasing. One solution that helps employees solve this problem is to hide all the wiring in horizontal and vertical cable ducts.
Every meeting should be effective and held without unnecessary breaks, and participants should not be distracted from work too often. To guarantee good conditions for holding meetings, it is necessary to provide all users of office desks and conference tables with easy access to media. The best solution is to use media ports that are equipped with many power sockets, USB ports and internet sockets.
Spontaneous informal meetings and individual work performed away from colleagues also require constant access to power sources. Ports located in LinkUP chaise longues and armchairs, as well as in Tepee tables, are perfect solutions in these cases.
When organising a workstation, you should ensure the functional and aesthetically pleasing arrangement of cables to all your office devices, through a cable duct to a power source. The most popular solutions include cable outlets (made of plastic, metal or wood), notches in the desktop edge and sliding tops.
Cable management does not have to be limited only to cable ducts. Media boxes are also interesting solutions that allow users to arrange their office cables in a decorative and functional way. Media boxes in two dimensions (370 x 140 x 127 mm and 250 x 140 x 67 mm) are available for the Play&Work system.