Redefining Remote Work: The Emergence of Cloud-First Solutions
The telecommunication network is struggling to keep up with the rising tide of the hybrid workforce. There are two main architectural problems that the traditional enterprise solutions face when catering to the remote worker’s needs.
First, the remote workforce’s increased reliance on VPN leaves companies with little to no control over the end-user experience and application performance. Second, real-time collaboration services and cloud applications that are susceptible to network quality often become unusable in the new work environment.
- Is there a way out of this maze? How can enterprises achieve both performance and flexibility required in the new COVID world order?
- How can cloud-first solutions support companies as they adapt to the new workplace model?
- How are organisations improving visibility and real-time collaboration?
Managing Director of Internal Audit at Barclay’s
Head of IT at DHL Express Cambodia
Head of IT Service Delivery at Bank Sahabat Sampoerna
Head of IT & Technology Manager at Aon
Head of Systems Security Engineering at Paymaya
Head and Sr. Manager at Ørsted
VP of IT & Digitalization at Royal Cargo Inc.
VP of IT Audit at Barclay’s
Sr. Manager of Infrastructure at DHL
Sr. Manager of IT & Supply Chain at Fresenius Kabi
Manager of IT at Zuellig Pharma
Manager of IT at ABB
Manager of Country IT at Henkel
Manager of IT Infra Operation at M. Lhuillier
Manager of IT Test Systems at Texas Instruments
Manger of Department Technology at Capital One
10:00 am: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Aryaka
10:15 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:15 am: End of session