Jul 19 2021

CDW Tech Talk Considers How Technology Is Shifting Our Understanding of Remote Work

Innovations in technology are reshaping the way we work by enabling more flexibility, especially in remote and hybrid environments.

The way we work today has changed significantly from the way we worked at the beginning of 2020. Many of us haven’t seen the inside of an office in nearly 18 months, and some may never go back to the office full time.

Those changes, in tandem with new technology, have opened up new opportunities for flexibility in the way we work — and employees have come to expect that flexibility. However, it must be paired with physical safety measures and a robust security posture.

In this week’s CDW Tech Talk series webcast, we’ll be joined by Gary Radburn, director of virtual and augmented reality, client virtualization and remoting technologies globally at Dell, to explore the ways technology is factoring into the evolution of work.

REGISTER: To watch Tuesday’s session live at 1 p.m. Central time, register for the CDW Tech Talk series below.

Because the pandemic affected learning as much as it did the workplace, we’ll also be joined by Kim Nidy, director of technology for North Canton City Schools in Ohio, who will share her experiences implementing technology innovations on a limited budget.

Additional Tech Talk Highlights

The CDW Tech Talk series is a weekly webcast that covers a wide variety of IT topics demonstrating how businesses can reimagine the future of work and manage evolving infrastructures.

Most recently, we discussed how data analytics and artificial intelligence can help businesses gain a competitive edge.

Other recent topics of discussion include building resilient workspaces, wireless technologyworker flexibility and employee workflows. Register for the series here and follow BizTech’s full coverage of the event here.

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