As we move toward a future in which hybrid work is the norm, enterprises must take an experience-centric approach to workplaces to meet objectives relating to employee experience, workplace security, and environmental sustainability. The device as a service model is well-equipped to deliver on these key enterprise expectations.
To design a truly resilient and effective hybrid workplace a strategic approach is required to maximize outcome. Watch the exclusive IDC, HCLTech and Microsoft panel discussion video to learn more about the actions you can take today to achieve this goal.
In this On-demand fireside chat, we will address the following:
- Why does the design of a hybrid workspace matter?
- How to keep experience at the heart of hybrid workplace strategy?
- What are the benefits of device as a service in a hybrid work ready future workplace?
- Where should you take your first steps in designing your future workplace experience?
Ajit Moodliar is the Senior Vice President & Global Head, for HCLTech Microsoft Ecosystem Business Unit. In this role he has been enabling customers in shaping & realizing their cloud technology inspired business vision - built on Microsoft Cloud Platform. A technology industry veteran, Ajit has over 30 years’ experience in the IT Industry including 23 years at Microsoft in various leadership roles equally split across India and Microsoft’s Global Headquarters in Redmond WA.
Riki Plester is Modern Work & Surface Sales Lead for Microsoft. He has worked at Microsoft NZ for 6 years, spanning several roles from channel management, to Business Group lead and now currently in Enterprise Sales. This role allows to engage with NZ’s largest organisations and help them to deliver a truly modern work environment & a world class employee experience.
Louise Francis is the New Zealand Country Manager and the Research Director for IDC Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ). Louise is responsible for leading and managing IDC New Zealand’s local team and she is the head of the A/NZ research programme. Among her main responsibilities are:
- managing the business performance, research, and strategic direction of New Zealand in collaboration with the global IDC leadership team;
- providing customers with strategic advisory services to make more effective technology decisions by providing accurate, timely, and insightful fact-based research leveraging IDC's deep portfolio of expertise.