Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

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

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.
Live online Aug 11 2:00 pm UTC
or after on demand 30 mins
Your place is confirmed,
we'll send you email reminders
Presented by
Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT
Presentation preview: Embracing the digital office - the Do’s and Don’ts of remote working

Network with like-minded attendees

  • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    Add a photo
    • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(session.user.profile) ]]
  • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ card.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(card) ]]
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • Embracing the digital office - the Do’s and Don’ts of remote working Aug 11 2020 2:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT
    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.
  • The digital office webinar series - Life after lockdown Recorded: Jul 21 2020 29 mins
    Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT; and Andrew Small, Digital Solutions Director, BT
    Life after lockdown - Using technology to reshape remote and office working

    Crisis often brings out both the best and the worst in us. But it does one thing very effectively… it forces us to revisit the ways we do things. Join us as we explore how organisations have pulled together to achieve these things in timescales which would be inconceivable pre-crisis. We have no idea how, or when, this will end, but it’s created a future that is up for grabs. A future where technology is instrumental as we radically rethink the ways we live and work.

    During this webinar you will learn:
    1. Key pillars of a digital workplace strategy
    2. The do’s and don’ts of digital office transformation
    3. How to create a compelling business case
  • The digital office webinar series - 5 steps to a balanced business comms diet Recorded: Jul 14 2020 24 mins
    Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT
    Over the years, the boundaries of the 9 to 5 day have been gradually eroded. The problem now is not connection, it is disconnection! It’s this seemingly simple act of switching off that the ‘balanced communications diet for business’ aims to tackle. And like any good diet, the ‘Balanced communications diet for business’ has five steps. Learn how to be productive in a distracting world.
  • Global SIP services from BT Recorded: Sep 18 2019 4 mins
    Jan Riechers, General Manager, Global voice services, BT
    Getting every last drop of value out of the communications infrastructure you’ve invested in is key to surviving in a volatile, unforgiving global marketplace. But to really compete and succeed you need more - SIP trunks provide you with an IP alternative to traditional PSTN delivered over IP Connect or Internet and can reduce your costs by:

    - centralising voice state thereby reducing number of voice channels
    - collapsing PBXs state into single call service thereby bringing efficiency in use of equipment
    - implementing collaboration tools that can dramatically reduce costs

    Watch our video to get expert perspective on the importance of SIP trunking in today's marketplace, how it can reduce voice costs, and what experience BT brings in delivering global SIP for large multinational organisations.
  • Find out how to deliver 80% user adoption within 4 months Recorded: Dec 4 2018 22 mins
    Andrew Small, Binita Jilka from BT and Kieran Kelly, Lead Collaboration Practitioner, Sei Mani.
    Organisations spend money on tools that help make jobs easier, but employees aren’t always falling over themselves to use them. Introducing a new technology without getting your people on side won’t succeed. So how do you drive high levels of user adoption? Find out the secrets in transforming employee collaboration behaviours and achieving faster business results. This could be the reason of success or failure of your collaboration technology and digital workplace strategy.

    Andrew Small, Vice president, unified communications and contact centres, BT
    Kieran Kelly, Lead Collaboration Practitioner, Sei Mani
    Binita Jilka, Senior Manager, user adoption for unified communications, BT
  • Dispelling 7 common myths of cloud collaboration and the digital workplace Recorded: Nov 29 2018 37 mins
    Andrew Small from BT, Dominic Elliott from Cisco and Stewart Wright from IR
    You want to transform team collaboration, but you’re just a little bit anxious on the how. All those concerns you have about things going wrong, complexity, disruption, cost and value, all mean that whilst you know it’s important, it’s still a daunting prospect. By dispelling those myths and giving you our opinion based on communication transformations with hundreds of organisations just like you, you’ll be in a better place to make an informed decision. And making the right choice means having a more connected workspace and reaping the benefits that collaboration and digital services can offer.

    Join Andrew Small, Vice president, unified communications and contact centres, BT; Dominic Elliott, CTO BT global relationship, Cisco; and Stewart Wright, General manager UK & Ireland, IR, to find out why making the switch is easier than you think.
  • Power your unified communications adoption Recorded: Nov 14 2018 4 mins
    Andrew Small, VP, Collaboration Portfolio, BT;Binita Jilka, Senior Manager,BT one User Adoption.
    Making new technology available is one step. But to succeed, you need to get all your people on board.
    What if you could make sure your employees have the knowledge and skills to use your new collaboration tools with confidence? This would mean providing the awareness, coaching and education they need to understand how collaboration can improve their working lives, and literally change the way they work using technology that’s suited to their role. Recognising your environment, audience and what you want the technology to deliver, we can help you build and execute a tailored UC adoption plan for your organisation.
  • Dispelling 7 common myths of cloud collaboration and the digital workplace Recorded: Sep 12 2018 37 mins
    Andrew Small from BT, Dominic Elliott from Cisco and Stewart Wright from IR
    You want to transform team collaboration, but you’re just a little bit anxious on the how. All those concerns you have about things going wrong, complexity, disruption, cost and value, all mean that whilst you know it’s important, it’s still a daunting prospect. By dispelling those myths and giving you our opinion based on communication transformations with hundreds of organisations just like you, you’ll be in a better place to make an informed decision. And making the right choice means having a more connected workspace and reaping the benefits that collaboration and digital services can offer.

    Join Andrew Small, Vice president, unified communications and contact centres, BT; Dominic Elliott, CTO BT global relationship, Cisco; and Stewart Wright, General manager UK & Ireland, IR, on 12 September to find out why making the switch is easier than you think.
  • People, productivity & the digital workplace Recorded: May 22 2018 33 mins
    Jonathan Brasnett and Marcus Hickman.
    How mobile and collaboration tools can boost productivity at work.
    Productivity matters. It matters to governments, to industry, to families – every single one of us. Our latest research shows how important collaboration tools, connected systems and cloud services are to improving workplace productivity and reveals which collaboration tools and IT processes you should prioritise.

    Join Marcus Hickman, Director, Davies Hickman Partners and Jonathan Brasnett, Head of global mobility and cloud UC, as they explore the five building blocks to boost your employees’ productivity and discuss how through putting people (rather than technology) first and making the most of the tools and services you already have, you’ll get the most from your teams.
  • BT One Cloud Monitoring Recorded: May 9 2018 3 mins
    BT
    BT One Cloud Monitoring uses IR Prognosis to ensure optimal performance across their One Cloud Cisco and One Cloud Skype for Business managed solutions.
  • Skype for Business enhancing collaboration in BT’s cloud of clouds. Recorded: May 9 2018 4 mins
    BT
    If your people can communicate better, they’ll be more productive. With Skype for Business, delivered as part of BT One Cloud Microsoft, you’ll give your people the freedom to talk the way they want to, but keep your costs down. See how it helps make Tom more productive in a typical day.
    Visit www.bt.com/skype-for-business to find out more.
Building productive digital workplaces.
In less than six months, the world has changed beyond recognition. Homeworking is the new norm – certainly in the short-term. With such a high percentage of people working from home, improving the collaboration of your workforce is likely to be one of your top priorities.

Our cloud collaboration services let you deliver a more connected, visual workspace where everyone can get access to the latest collaboration tools – IM, presence, desktop sharing, video or team spaces – making decision-making quicker and working easier. No matter where your people are.

Our approach to migration means that multiple technologies, legacy systems, and varied infrastructure can be easily managed to create a single, seamless, secure global structure that optimises your operations.

We can help you connect smoothly and securely to the collaboration applications, data and third-party cloud providers you need globally, including Microsoft and Cisco. And we’ve got a wealth of knowledge and expertise from defending our own network and corporate assets to help you secure yours.

Our innovative commercial models mean you can manage your costs as users migrate to new platforms. A single global price per user allows you to predict costs and you can flex up and down on users, so you only pay for what you use. This means you can realise and demonstrate return on investment more quickly, allowing a clearer view of the value and a stronger business case for future transformation. And that’s really important right now.

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: Embracing the digital office - the Do’s and Don’ts of remote working
  • Live at: Aug 11 2020 2:00 pm
  • Presented by: Dr Nicola Millard, Principal innovation partner, BT
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close