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How IT modernises the future of workplace | 9 September 2020

September 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

As organisations embrace new models of work and are preparing to have more remote employees, they will look at leveraging remote collaboration and support tools to set up a communication and support channel not only within the organization but also with external customers. This new normal implies to all the business functions at any organization irrespective of size.

To understand the implications of these changes and what the future holds for organisations and its employees, CRN India in association with LogMeIn is organising a virtual roundtable with eminent IT channel partners of metros and non-metros who will deep dive into the ‘Future of digital workforce’.

As we adapt to the new normal of virtual office spaces, join us for the insightful discussion on ‘How IT modernises the future of workplace’ which will focus on the use of modern age technology for transforming the future of remote working in the country.

This customised roundtable is designed for communication and collaboration Channel Partners of India who are looking to offer best of the solution and constant support to enterprises in this pandemic situation.

Key Points to be covered in this Virtual Roundtable:
• Tectonic shift in remote working
• Can remote working a viable solution for workplaces
• Hype and myths of remote work from anywhere and anytime
• Fighting growing security and bandwidth challenges
• Enabling remote working for tier 2 cities workforce

Mathew Philip, Senior Director, Channels & GSI Business, LogMeIn India
Gurpreet Singh, Managing Director, Arrow PC Network Pvt Ltd.
Anirudh Shrotriya, Managing Director, Shro Systems
Venkat Murthy, CEO, Prime Mover, 22by7 Solutions

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September 9
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Category:


CRN India – LogMeIn


Live Virtual Roundtable