David Williams, Solution Sales Telstra; Jaye Tillson, Head of Architecture TT Electronics & David Mudd from BSI Group
It’s not a novel insight to note that the pandemic has spurred economy-wide adoption of new technology and innovation.
In fact, what’s clear is that many of these changes were already planned – and would likely have been rolled out at a more leisurely pace over the coming months and years. Yet, the impact of COVID-19 and the requirement to empower a new-found generation of remote workers and digital customer interactions have rapidly accelerated projects that might otherwise have languished.
The crisis has seen the pace of delivery, from ideation to deployment, shrink from years to months in many businesses – even those that steeped in tradition and with significant legacy estates.
In this webinar well suited to IT professionals we will explore:
- How has the pandemic impacted innovation and collaboration amongst remote workforces?
- How to address the right balance between regulation, standards and innovation?
- What are the implications of a more interconnected and distributed digital world?
- How software-defined networking and its applications can enable businesses to respond to rapid shifts in demand and expand into new markets?
- How are enterprises adopting an ecosystems approach?