Optimizing the New Workforce Dynamic

Live Virtual Engagement: August 17-19, 2020

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As organizational cultures, workflows and technologies find equilibrium in the new workforce dynamic, businesses are discovering previously unforeseen opportunities and questions as they face the future. What newly discovered strategies are emerging that have potential to create lasting efficiencies in new digital workflows? How is network and computing infrastructure now evaluated to not only improve capacity and cost-effectiveness, but maximize security? How are return-to-office strategies evolving, and what best practices are surfacing that capitalize on technology? And among these many considerations, how is IT innovation influencing new ways of working that meet the many needs of employees, customers and businesses?

The CDW Tech Talk on Optimizing the New Workforce Dynamic -- addressed these topics and more. We had a terrific virtual turnout and it was great to see the wealth of learning taking place.

 

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Topics include:

  • Accelerating Efficiencies in the New Workforce Dynamic
  • Optimizing Network Capacity for Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness
  • Maximizing Security and Minimizing Risk with the New Workforce Dynamic
  • Building and Enhancing an Evolving Return to Office Strategy
  • Fostering an Evolved Culture Across Physical and Virtual Workspaces
  • Fortifying IT Infrastructure for Evolving Consumption Models