The evolving workplace: innovating to drive productivity and business advantage

16th June 2020 | 3:00pm CET | 9:00am EST | 1 hour
How do you successfully transition to whatever the new normal looks like at your business?

For most organisations, traditional ways of working were transformed overnight in the wake of the various lockdown measures and travel restrictions put in place by governments across the world. Remote and socially distanced working is the new normal. Period.

As such, enabling productivity in a distributed workplace – whilst maintaining the same levels of user satisfaction, security and collaboration we have all become used to – is now one of the biggest challenges facing businesses, both in the immediate short-term and moving forward into whatever the future might look like.

So what does it take to create a flexible remote working experience and at the same time provide the security needed to underpin that? How do you deliver relevant applications and data to any device, anywhere, anytime? What considerations need to be factored in to meet ever-changing user expectations? And how do you bring different stakeholders from IT, HR and change management together to achieve real success?

Dell Technologies in partnership with Intel, and in combination with some of the most innovative voices in the industry, will be exploring these very topics as we look to uncover how to drive both productivity and business advantage in a fast-evolving workplace. How will business be shaped by new ways of working? How are expectations, interactions and even business models changing as a result? And what are the tools, platforms and methodologies that will define the workspace of the future? Join the Transformation Tune-In Series to find out.

Discussion Topics

How is the requirement for remote working and social distancing changing the way we think about work and challenging longstanding beliefs?
What challenges does this rapid, transformational shift in the way we work present to organisations from a workforce/workspace perspective? And what will be its impact over the short, medium and longer-terms?
What digital foundations will be needed to support and drive these changes? How do you ensure your business is able to emerge from the current crisis as a more innovative, more resilient operation?
What is the impact of these changes on the user experience, and how do we measure employee sentiment and satisfaction with new and existing toolsets?


Edward Green Principal Digital Architect, McLaren
Edward works in the Architecture practice within the Information Technology function at McLaren Technology Group as… Find out more
Stephanie Hallford VP & GM, Business Client Platforms, Client Computing Group, Intel
Stephanie L. Hallford is vice president in the Client Computing Group and general manager of Business… Find out more
Michael Imeson Contributing Editor, The Banker, Financial Times Specialist
Michael Imeson is a Contributing Editor of The Banker magazine, part of the Financial Times Group,… Find out more
Dave Roberts VP Sales, EMEA, Dell Technologies
Dave joined EMC in 2001 and progressed through from Sales Account Executive, to Regional Director UK,… Find out more
Pat Quigley VP IT – Team Member eXperience, Dell Technologies
Pat joined Dell in November 1999 as a member of the EMEA IT team based in… Find out more
Dee Chury EMEA CTO, Dell Technologies
Dee Chury joined Dell in 2007 and holds the position of EMEA CTO responsible for Dell… Find out more

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