We now exist in a time where many processes and activities that we had taken for granted in life have moved to a virtual experience. From work to commerce, education to socializing, digital lifestyles have become essential, and this is even more evident in businesses. The inability to conduct business digitally is the inability to conduct business. We have now gotten used to working from home and remotely managing businesses with secure connectivity and a range of collaboration tools.
In early 2020, IDC identified that 60% of employees across the region needed mobility to undertake their daily tasks. Being tied to an office is not always the ideal scenario. Now that we understand remote working is equally, and in some cases, more productive than being office-based, you have a chance to discover new ways of enabling your workforce that has been newly adapted to this way of work.
As the pandemic eases and we return to the next normal, there is a tendency to want to go back to what is considered familiar, but this will miss a huge opportunity to reboot how business operates.
Join us in this webcast which explores:
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Welcome Address & Introduction by IDC
Vice President, Security & Future of Work Practice, IDC Asia/Pacific
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Vice President of Sales, APAC, Lark
End of Webcast
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