Promo COVID-19 has caused the fastest change to the way people work in living memory. Research published this week shows 46 million US knowledge workers have gone from being office-based to home-based. And the thing is, many people who have left the office aren't looking to return full-time. IT knows this, and they must start listening.
That’s why endpoint management leaders 1E are running the first-ever Work From Anywhere Enterprise Conference. Microsoft, ServiceNow, NTT Data, Forrester, and Constellation Research are all coming together on July 29 & 30 to discuss and debate the future of the workplace.
This conference offers 12 sessions to help you learn all you need to know about IT infrastructure for a post-COVID-19 world. It presents brand new research on employee challenges and expectations, industry leading analysis, perspectives from CIOs, and solutions from industry experts.
The agenda features many and varied speakers representing the best and brightest voices in cross-function digital leadership from endpoint management, to ITSM (IT service management), to digital experience monitoring. The two conference days are split into two overall streams. Day one is all about strategy, and day two is about the technology to carry out that strategy. Sessions will follow suit.
To kick off, day one’s 9.00am EST keynote will be carried out Forrester VP Principal Analyst JP Gownder, who will discuss how enterprises have transitioned from flexible working to COVID-19-driven, full-scale remote working, and how those businesses are starting to find their feet – and reach new levels of success – with a new "work from anywhere" model.
Gownder will be joined by 1E’s founder and CEO Sumir Karayi for this unmissable keynote, which will present the new IT "bill of rights" for the work-from-anywhere enterprise.
Sumir will return for day two’s morning keynote, joining Constellation Research VP and Principal Analyst Dion Hinchliffe to take industry research and translate it into a "2020 work from anywhere enterprise IT infrastructure blueprint."
The summation of 1E’s latest research into remote working, the blueprint will carefully explore the technical elements required to nail the work-from-anywhere (WFA) approach by tying together everything you learned about endpoint management, digital experience monitoring and ITSM on day one, setting you up for a fascinating second day of technological education.
Throughout, the core focus of the inaugural WFA conference is about getting real advice from real people, all of whom share an expert view on the direction of travel in a remote working future.
Sign up for the Work from Anywhere 2020 Enterprise Conference now. And if you’re not around on the 29th and 30th, don’t worry. If you sign up, you’ll get all the on-demand content sent to you post-event.