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  • IDC Future of Work: Talent Sourcing Scenarios in a Tech-Driven Economy
    IDC Future of Work: Talent Sourcing Scenarios in a Tech-Driven Economy Giulia Carosella, Andrea Siviero, Marta Munoz Recorded: Jun 27 2018 40 mins
    Emerging technologies are rapidly crafting a new scenario for the Future of WorkCulture, where companies across all industries will turn to online communities and platforms to acquire skills and temporary staff. They will move beyond traditional talent sourcing models towards a fast, virtual, borderless, and task-oriented job market.

    This IDC’s Future of Work Research webcast sees European analysts give an overview of how technologies enable new talent sourcing scenarios across organizations, for example, leveraging sourcing and selection platforms, talent marketplace, and problem-solving crowdsourcing platforms.

    Some of the key points to be discussed in this webcast will be:

    1.What are the emerging ecosystem platforms for talent sourcing and what impact will they have on the future of WorkCulture?
    2.How are organizations evolving their talent sourcing strategies? What are the consequences of renting knowledge from external talent pools rather than expertise living in the company?
    3.Which organizational industries and units will adopt new talent sourcing models first?
  • Hyperconvergence at the Core of DX & Cloud Initiatives
    Hyperconvergence at the Core of DX & Cloud Initiatives Swapna Subramani - Senior Research Manager, Middle East, Africa, and Turkey, IDC Recorded: Jun 27 2018 38 mins
    This exclusive IDC Webinar will explore the uptake and scope of hyperconverged systems in the Middle East. The 30-minute session will examine the importance of hyperconverged systems in the digital transformation (DX) and cloud adoption context and highlight the extended benefits that such systems have in terms of transforming datacenter environments. The Webinar will conclude by detailing the key DX trends that are set to shape the Middle East in 2018 and beyond.
  • Communications SP of the Future: 5G Wireless in Canada
    Communications SP of the Future: 5G Wireless in Canada Lawrence Surtees, Research VP, Communications, IDC Canada Recorded: Jun 20 2018 54 mins
    In this webinar, IDC Canada's Lawrence Surtees, will answer some most frequent questions about 5G: What is it? When is it? Where is it and where is Canada with it? And what will 5G mean and why does 5G matter?
    We will also explain why we believe the importance of 5G far transcends just wireless. 5G is not just another wireless G. It is an integral component of next-generation networks that are transforming carriers worldwide, spawning the Communications SP of the Future.
  • Why Cloud Adoption is Different in Europe?
    Why Cloud Adoption is Different in Europe? Carla Arend and Angela Vacca Recorded: Jun 20 2018 41 mins
    The common wisdom is that cloud adoption in Europe is trailing behind the US and that we will eventually “get there”. In this webcast, Carla Arend and Angela Vacca will debunk this myth and provide proof points about why customer journeys to the cloud actually follow a different pattern in Europe. They will outline the technical, cultural and geopolitical reasons for why cloud adoption is different and how different industry verticals are adopting cloud.
    IT vendors need to understand their customer’s cloud maturity to tailor their messaging adequately.
  • The Digital-Native Network: How Software Will Define The WAN
    The Digital-Native Network: How Software Will Define The WAN Roz Parkinson, Jan Hein Bakkers Recorded: Jun 19 2018 25 mins
    Join this IDC webinar to find out:
    •How SD-WAN can help organizations progress on their digital transformation journey
    •What vendors and service providers should do to succeed as SD-WAN disrupts the enterprise networking market
    Watch this short, teaser video now: https://youtu.be/rfJ1Hd6hJQs
  • Big Content Era: IDC Content Marketing and Sales Enablement Briefing
    Big Content Era: IDC Content Marketing and Sales Enablement Briefing Joshua Budd, AVP Consulting, IDC CEMA Recorded: Jun 14 2018 52 mins
    A large share of B2B buyers decide on whether or not to purchase your product before they meet a sales representative.
    At the same time, communication with customers is increasingly moving to online channels, and the main challenge of the day is not only generating great marketing content but generating high-quality content in general. IDC's recent survey shows that today's marketing teams need to produce ten times more content more than ever before. This is not the result of quantitative priority strategies but rather arises from the need to meet the rising demand for personalized interaction in the growing number of digital communication channels and throughout the lifecycle of the business relationship.

    Join our webinar with Joshua Budd, IDC's associate vice president for consulting in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA), while he presents how provocative, fact-based content can make a difference and how to lay the groundwork before the customer is approached by your sales team.

    We will try to answer the following questions:
    • What makes content marketing so effective?
    • Is content really "king" or is this just a buzz term?
    • Can fact-based messaging reliably help convince not only your customers but also your sales team?
    • How can I create a content plan that is useful for various customers’ touchpoints?

    We look forward to welcoming you into the discussion!
  • How are New Technologies Fueling Digital Transformation across EU?
    How are New Technologies Fueling Digital Transformation across EU? Carla La Croce, Giulia Carosella and Thomas Vavra Recorded: Jun 12 2018 36 mins
    The two European Vertical Markets Surveys 2017 analyze IT investments trends and patterns across all key vertical industries in Western Europe and Central & Eastern Europe. It investigates how businesses are embracing innovation and renovating their IT strategies leveraging on IDC’s 3rd Platform Technologies. The innovation accelerators (IoT, ARVR, Cognitive, Robotics, 3D Printing) are enablers that when combined with other 3rd Platform technologies empower businesses to propel Digital Transformation within their organizations and to deliver enhanced digital experiences.
    In this IDC Web Conference Carla La Croce, Giulia Carosella and Thomas Vavra from the Customer Insight and Analysis team will discuss how innovation accelerators and emerging technologies are reshaping traditional business across European vertical markets. Key topics include adoption and top use cases of IoT, ARVR, Cognitive, Robotics, 3D Printing and Blockchain.
  • The Future of WorkSpace: Connecting, Managing and Augmenting Your Workforce
    The Future of WorkSpace: Connecting, Managing and Augmenting Your Workforce Gabriele Roberti, Angela Salmeron, Mark Alexander, Mick Heys Recorded: May 24 2018 34 mins
    In the last decade, the way we work has changed beyond recognition. Today’s workforce is more open, agile and collaborative than ever before. The notion of the traditional static workplace is being transformed into the WorkSpace, where the activity is no longer restricted to a physical place, device or defined times of the day.

    The Future Workspace has been designed around the end-user, and has business in mind. New solutions are augmenting our skills and capabilities to new horizons never imagined before, connecting humans and machines, and positively impacting productivity (always on), efficiency (business at the speed of “now”) and customer engagement.
  • Digital Transformation Use of AI Services: IT Role and Impact
    Digital Transformation Use of AI Services: IT Role and Impact Ritu Jyoti, Research Director, Enterprise Storage, Server and Infrastructure Software Recorded: May 17 2018 59 mins
    By 2019, 40% of digital transformation (DX) initiatives will be supported by cognitive/AI capabilities, providing timely critical insights for new operating and monetization models. In this IDC Web Conference, Ritu Jyoti will discuss the infrastructure requirements for AI services, how AI capabilities will be employed across the datacenter – varying from intelligent data services to self-configurable/self-healing/self-optimizing infrastructure – and the associated IT impact.
  • Collaborating And Working Efficiently With Startups
    Collaborating And Working Efficiently With Startups Mette Ahorlu and Margaret Adam Recorded: May 15 2018 55 mins
    The startup community plays an important role in the fast changing technology world and transition to the digital era.

    Enterprises from most industries, technology vendors, IT services companies and consulting companies all want to collaborate with startups to help drive innovation. But this requires not only identifying right startup partners but also overcoming numerous obstacles along the way.

    This webcast will present IDC's conclusion from extensive research into experiences among services companies, technology companies and startups, identifying barriers and sharing ideas for how to overcome the them in order to make collaboration efficient and impactful and avoid wasting valuable time.

    In this webcast – which is suitable for the innovation leads at enterprises, partnering executives, startups and vendors of technology and services - Mette Ahorlu and Margaret Adam from the European Services team and the European Channels and Alliances teams will share their findings, guidance and answer questions from the participants

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