Thursday, June 21, 2012
10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
In the US, 63 million employees are expected to telecommute, at least occasionally, by 2016. The lines between professional and personal life is blurring faster than ever before. More work gets done or can be done from outside the confines of traditional offices.
This calls for a flexible workplace, where IT enables end-users to be highly productive, while not compromising on the security and management of data and devices. Building an agile, mobile, collaborative work environment is the key.
Join us for an interactive discussion of how to leverage technology to revolutionize employee productivity and satisfaction, build customer relations and use facilities and resources more efficiently. You'll learn:
- Why offering new work options, including remote and mobile support, increases engagement and employee productivity
- How a connected workplace supports and reflects a commitment to the environment by conserving resources, minimizing commute-related pollution, and maximizing efficient use of existing office space
- The key benefits that Dell and Intel are already reaping by implementing a connected workplace strategy
- Which technologies support connected relationships with customers and employees in multiple locations.
Register today to join the interactive exploration of advanced workplace techniques.
Brian D. Scott, Client Brand Manager for Corporate Accounts, Dell Inc.
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Brian D. Scott has been with Dell for 5+ years, his last role being a Field Marketing Manager for End-User Client Products. Prior to joining Dell, Brian had 20+ years of corporate experience at companies such as Xerox, EDS, MCI, Covad, and others. Brian’s work experience spans many areas of expertise: accounting, software development, project management, and IT system architecture. Brian holds a BS in Business Administration from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Rich Nockels, Marketing Manager, Intel Inc.
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Rich, after having graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Mechanical Engineering in 1989, has spent his career with both Motorola and Intel. In his 13 years at Intel, he has focused primarily on marketing efforts around the business PC segment. These efforts include the creation of marketing messages for Intel's vPro technology and client virtualization strategies, supporting end customer sales engagements, and training field sales teams on the wide variety of Intel's client computing product lines.
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