It's fast approaching and I want to make sure that you don't miss out by logging onto our online virtual summit The Future of Productivity event taking place on Wednesday March 2nd.
Here are three solid reasons why you should register to attend this online event today:
1. Discover new ideas and perspectives on managing a mobile and distributed workforce and helping to reduce IT costs: As IT decision makers, taking advantage of collaboration tools to help improve staff communication seems like a no-brainer. In his keynote McAfee will delve into how new collaboration tools can help solve many of today's organizational challenges. Be sure to check it out.
2. Learn how to deliver the best possible productivity experience, regardless of location and organizational boundaries: Looking to create a compelling business case for unified communications? Check out Marty Parker's great session on how unified communications effectively connects disparate technologies into an infrastructure that allows people to connect with the appropriate available team members and work collaboratively using a variety of technologies in a seamless fashion.
3. Understand how to connect and empower employees easily and remotely: Email, telephones, instant messaging, and conference calling make it possible for us to do things today that were unthinkable twenty years ago. But when considering strategic initiatives and priorities, IT decision makers should also keep in mind how the workplace is changing when thinking about how your staff communicate and collaborate. Jack Elmore, Productivity Solution Specialist, Microsoft will go into how social computing technologies are transforming how employees communicate.
Our featured keynote speaker, MIT professor Dr. Andrew P. McAfee will make the case that Enterprise 2.0 is not hype and it is also not easy, but it will help separate winners from losers in today's competitive environments.
It's not too late to register; check out the home page to check out the updated agenda, speakers and information! See you online this March 2nd.