At the start of the pandemic, IT organizations had to undergo radical changes to support remote work. Given the urgency to shift to remote operations, IT admins opted for band-aid solutions to retain business continuity and stay connected to the core of their networks from remote locations. But now, many organizations are moving toward hybrid workforce options with employees choosing to work from both their home and office locations.
In a scenario like this, the band-aid solutions that were developed when the IT industry was in a fight-or-flight mode will not suffice. With the IT industry looking at a permanent hybrid workforce culture, it’s high time organizations come up with fresh strategies and technologies to replace temporary fixes.
Recent research by global IT research firm IDC predicts that by 2025, about half of Forbes Global 2000 companies will have remodeled strategies to support a hybrid workforce. After studying the needs of a hybrid workforce, IDC has come up with a new architecture called Branch of One. This architecture focuses on enhancing the employee experience, controlling collaboration across teams, adopting processes that resonate with digital innovations, and investing in cloud and edge technologies.
To explain Branch of One, ManageEngine has joined hands with IDC and we will be hosting a webinar, during which Mark Leary from IDC will walk you through the key concepts of Branch of One. He will also be discussing technologies like SD-WAN and Zero Trust, which are gaining popularity among enterprises that are adopting a hybrid workforce model. You don’t want to miss it!
Resolving existing IT challenges to improve business outcomes
Understanding Branch of One to enhance IT operations management
Minimizing migration and implementation risks in enterprise cloud adoption
Predicting advances in digital IT to prepare enterprises for the future
Deploying AI and ML to ease tasks and improve remote staff productivity
Introducing new technologies predicted by analyst firms to improve hybrid work
Building a secure IT infrastructure even while a majority of workers are remote
Date: August 17, 2021
Time: 11am EDT
Don’t wait—register now to book your spot.