With the traditional workplace being drastically altered, first, by the onset of the pandemic that forced workers to work remotely, and now as various industries bring their workers back on to the premises and notice numerous return-to-workplace realities. It is clear the continued use of up-to-date AI and disruptive technologies will interject with human factors such as employee experience, workplace culture, and collaboration.
From June 22nd to 25th, ITEXPO will be held in Miami, Florida, and display the “Future of Work” event, detailing the effects of new technologies and demographics in permanently reshaping the workplace environment. Speakers at the event will provide technology executives with actionable strategies to retain high standards when navigating the unmarked landscape of workplace productivity impacted by new disruptive technologies by covering:
The Future of Work Expo will enable executives to use practical strategies and tactics to lead their organization through a tumultuous period of workplace disruption by focusing on technology, people, and process and advising companies on how to manage the reimagination of their workplace, including the implementation of the latest and most competitive technologies.
Ajit Pantankar - Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, Head of Product Marketing and Business Development, Cloud Communications
Frank Azor - AMD, Chief Architect
Steve Forcum - Avaya, Director, and Chief Evangelist
Eric Klein - Cloudonix, COO
Maulik Shah - Ecosmob, Co-Founder
Ruchir Brahmbhatt - Ecosmob, Co-Founder
Lisa Walker - Fuze, VP of Brand and Workforce
Eric Burger - Georgetown University, Professor
Clyde Logue - Glance, VP of Product
Tom Martin - Glance Networks, CEO
Naina Raisinghani - Google, Product Manager
Jon Arnold - J Arnold & Associates, Principal
Tirza Hollenhorst - Luman, CEO
David Silke - Mitel, Chief Marketing Officer
Scott Schwalbe - NimbeLink, CEO/CO-Founder
Phil Edholm - PKE, President and Principal
Steven McCaffrey - Provinti, CTO
Nabeel Mahmood - SCB Global, Director of Americas
Fletcher Hamilton - Sevis Systems, CEO
Murph Krajewski - Sharpen, CMO
Ric Kosiba - Sharpen, Chief Data Scientist
Tim Watson - Smart Logistics, CEO
Ed Cabrera - Trend Micro, Chief Cybersecurity Officer
Tom Phelan - Unified Office, CTO & VP of Technology
Matt Florell - Vicidial, President
Brian Gilman - Vonage, Head of Product Marketing
Harry Moseley - Zoom, Global CIO
Gary Sorrentino - Zoom, Global Deputy CIO
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