Embracing the digital office - the Do’s and Don’ts of remote working

Presented by

Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT

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The world has gone through a seismic shift in the way we work. But we mustn’t lose sight of the fact that these changes need to be sustainable and ones that will work for us both now and into the future. Technology is vital to keeping businesses operational. But more importantly it’s your people, how they use your technology and how you help them to use it to maximum effect which will truly decide your organisations future. Join us as we explore the Do’s and Don’ts of the digital office.
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