Blueprint for the digital workplace | Atmosphere local 2016


Blueprint for the digital workplace | Atmosphere local 2016

The nature of work is changing rapidly.

 
                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                    
               

 

Blueprint for the digital workplace | Atmosphere local 2016

 

Join us on the road

The nature of work is changing rapidly. Cloud-based apps, smartphones, tablets, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are transforming traditional office environments, as today's #GenMobile workforce expect the freedom to work anytime, anywhere. This also places demands on IT to have more insight into network performance for the optimal user experience.

To help you with your network design, we are bringing the Blueprint for the Digital Workplace roadshow to a city near you.

At the roadshow, you will learn how to:

·        Get new insights into your network to make it predictable and improve performance

·        Create a mobile-enabled workplace for customers and employees

·        Protect your network and data with Adaptive Trust security

Join us this Fall at a location near you to start designing the Digital Workplace.

Space is limited; register early.

 

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