Productivity in a New Reality: swiftly transition to digital remote workspaces with modern, secure and cost-efficient platform
There have been some profound changes globally in the last 3 months with business priorities shifting to safety and well-being of employees, and then to maintaining business resiliency. Nordic organisations are forced to transform their operations and business processes to urgently enable remote working and start thinking about how to thrive in the post-recovery era.
As a result, an overwhelming majority (94%) of organizations are changing their long-term IT strategy with a more aggressive push to digital transformation, cloud, and collaboration, according to IDC's European Executive Sentiment Survey on Covid-19, conducted in May 2020.
IDC expects European ICT spending to decline 4% in 2020 but we are actually seeing spending rise in some tech areas. The top 5 technologies that Nordic organisations are increasing their investment are cloud, secure remote access, virtual workspaces, data security, and video conferencing.
With this huge transition of enabling remote working and maintaining productivity that is trending among Nordic enterprises, how can organizations ensure that the technologies and measures they are putting in place can support them in immediate business continuity as well as to thrive in the new normal.
Join this IDC webinar, co-hosted with Nutanix and Wipro to learn about:
Digital workspaces, cloud models, automation, and intelligent remote collaboration can support the Future of Digital Innovation and Future of Work in the Post-recovery era. Get up to speed on the latest trends, strategies and solutions to achieve this by joining us on this webinar on August 27th.
August 27, 2020
11:00 AM CEST
56 Years | 1100 Analysts | 110 Countries
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