Digital Workplace: Supporting the new way of working

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on our lives with most organisations making a sudden switch to mass remote working. As restrictions are progressively eased, the impact continues, with organisations having to decide when to allow staff back into offices, what proportion of remote working should be expected, and how all of this should be supported.

Whilst in the early days of lockdown teething troubles with overloaded networks, malfunctioning video calls and patchy remote access to certain systems was tolerated, both staff and customers now expect far higher levels of service. This means tackling both the cultural challenges of understanding how and where employees want to work, and the technical challenges of offering a seamless IT experience whatever the new world looks like.

Take part in this virtual event to put your questions to the experts, and see what your peers have learnt from the pandemic, and how they plan to apply this understanding to 2021 and beyond.

Why attend?


>> Connect with 200 UK IT leaders from around the UK

>> Join us from anywhere on your desktop or tablet, for free

>> Ask industry experts your burning questions, in real time

>> Network with sponsors in the virtual exhibition

>> Earn certification through CPD

Programme


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Opening Remarks

Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director, Computing and Delta

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Delta Presentation

John Leonard, Research Director, Incisive Media

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Keynote: Fostering meaningful inclusion and creating better ways of working in the digital workplace

Ensuring inclusion and wellbeing of your remote workforce through better collaboration and connectional intelligence in the digital workplace

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Building a data-driven digital workplace

At a time of accelerated digital transformation and continuous change how are organisations making data driven decisions around user experience, technology provision and support to improve the digital employee experience?

Google

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Working remotely efficiently and effectively with others

Best practice on working remotely with others, adapting to your organisation’s work setup and using communication strategies to stay connected and maximise productivity.

Pluralsight

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DeskQuiz
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Configuring, managing and monitoring mobile devices

Guidance on how to make your mobile devices secure, user-friendly and manage your mobile platform environment.

Pluralsight

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Enhancing and future-proofing remote access security

The move to remote working has created the need to quickly implement and secure workforce remote access. In this talk we look at remote access security challenges, implementing and scaling multi factor authentication, and how security leaders should be approaching identity and access management in the new digital workplace.

Okta

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Creating a great remote digital employee experience to drive engagement, collaboration and productivity

We explore the requirements for delivering a positive remote employee digital experience, what it means to create and sustain a safe and productive remote working environment and examine how leading enterprises are enabling remote collaboration.

Nextthink

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Panel Discussion: Preparing for the next new normal to support expectations and responsibilities of a future hybrid workforce
  • How have habits and behaviours of workers changed whilst working from home and what new needs and expectations will evolve in 2021 and beyond?
  • What data and insights are required to inform new technology investment? Which technologies will best enable the digital workplace?
  • How are employers viewing the traditional 5 day a week office and re-organising the workspace and work environment to foster creation of positive cultures? How does the tech team support this?

Hugo Russell, Digital Projects Manager, Cyber Quarter: The Midlands Centre for Cyber & Security

Moderator: John Leonard, Research Director, Incisive Media

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Closing Remarks

Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director, Computing and Delta

Speakers

Digital Projects Manager
Cyber Quarter: The Midlands Centre for Cyber & Security
Research Director
Incisive Media
Editorial Director
Computing and Delta

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