Jordan Owens (VP, Architecture, Pexip)
Date: Wednesday, March 10
Time: 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Vault Recording: TBD
When COVID-19 hit, many office workers were sent home en masse, forcing departments to quickly select collaboration tools to keep their teams connected while at home. Today, IT is left with the rubble, managing pockets of users with different tools in addition to legacy video systems. As a result, many have lost control over the security and cost of these disjointed tools, and they need a plan for the future.
Frost and Sullivan expects that post-pandemic, the number of remote workers is likely to grow 6X over the pre-pandemic number to reach 30% of the global office worker population. Now is the time to build a long-term video conferencing strategy to meet the needs of users and IT teams.
During this roundtable we’ll discuss what IT leaders should consider as part of this plan, including:
• Security and privacy of meeting solutions
• Migrating to the cloud, and how to accelerate that journey
• Data control and management
• Maximizing existing investments in video conferencing
• Scaling capacity to adapt to changing demand in response to pandemic needs
• Optimizing your video conferencing architecture
• Breaking down silos between collaboration tools so everyone can meet