Jul 23 2021

CDW Tech Talk Looks at Infrastructure Needs in an Age of Remote Work

An increase in new devices and applications, coupled with an accelerated move to the cloud, may require your organization to re-examine its IT infrastructure.

Remote work has impacted the work experience in many ways besides simply having employees working at home. It’s resulted in a greater number of devices, adoption of multicloud environments, additional security needs and other infrastructure changes.

All of these trends have placed a greater demand on IT infrastructures, running the risk of creating bottlenecks as business units compete for bandwidth. This week’s CDW Tech Talk series webcast will consider ways to avoid overstressing your infrastructure in spite of surging demand.

We’ll be joined by Intel’s Gary Gumanow, Ethernet sales enablement manager, and Susan Bobholz, director of solution marketing for the Ethernet product group, to discuss how networks and data centers are evolving to meet new expectations.

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

Sarah Kent, security specialist at CDW, will also be on hand to talk about key security concerns for organizations considering a multicloud environment.

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 innovative technologies, such as augmented and virtual reality, can drive new connections between workers.

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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