Some of these desks are in use, others are not, but it is likely that these desks are allocated to an organizations unit
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Thiscube farm has been vacated and a provision taken from the previousorganizational unit occupying it. It is now unallocated.
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This workstation is not currently in use, but the name plate indicates an assignment.
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The presence of reservation signage suggests this is not assigned. However, it is possible that the signage is being used even in assigned Spaces to support Gapping.
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Thesedesks (ignoring the impromptu print station!) are Physically Occupied – thereis a person present at the desk.
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These desks are not Physically Occupied – no people are physically present.
This desk shows Trace Occupancy – the presence of papers, the desk lamp being on, the computer logged in: all these indicate that a person is using this desk, even though they are not physically present.
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No Trace Occupancy
This meeting room shows no trace occupancy – there are no people present nor any physical signs that the room is in use. The digital signage indicates that the room is reserved, but in most organizations there is a common understanding that rooms are often reserved but unused.