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Our Work Together, Anywhere series has been developed to assist you with insights and guidance from our network of experts.

Topics include how to support your people as they work remotely, optimising your workspace, streamlining your processes and simplifying your technology.

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Date:
3rd December 2020
Time:
11am

Customer Experience Roundtable: Planning for a Reimagined Workplace


Join our panel of experts as we discuss:

  • How has your organisation changed?
  • What are the main challenges that your people and organisation face now?
  • What are your priorities for 2021?
  • What is your longer term vision, looking ahead to 2022?

2020 has disrupted organisations like never before, but people have quickly adjusted and made-do in the short term. As we seek to work together, anywhere in the longer term, we need to take our people, workspaces, processes and technology to the next level. But where do we start? And how do we ensure agility and flexibility are the foundations of our organisations going forward?

During this roundtable we will explore what we can do as professionals, to understand how we should plan and implement the future of our workplaces and how our people, customers and suppliers can communicate and collaborate effectively and safely.

By joining you will gain the insight and views of fellow professionals making the best plans and preparations for 2021. The debate will be chaired by our partners, The Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management (IWFM).

Join our panel of experts as we discuss:

  • How has your organisation changed?
  • What are the main challenges that your people and organisation face now?
  • What are your priorities for 2021?
  • What is your longer term vision, looking ahead to 2022?

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Speakers

Peter Brogan
Peter Brogan

Head Of Research and Insight
Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT, Communication, Workplace, Business Process & Application Services
Ricoh UK

David Walker
David Walker

Head of Estates, Facilities Management and Corporate Responsibility
AEGON UK

Mark Williams
Mark Williams

Head of Business Services
Barings

Rachel MacWilliams
Rachel MacWilliams

Property Manager
Eversheds Sutherland

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Enabling a smart and safe workplace

Why behavioural science should now be central to your workplace strategy

With exclusive insight from Emma Kenny, psychologist and broadcaster

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • New research into how our evolving physical and virtual world of work has resulted in changed workplace behaviour
  • People – how four emotionally driven behaviours are impacting the workplace
  • Workspace - how to develop places of work in a changing world prioritising physical safety and the office as a destination
  • Process – how to manage remote teams and the role of micro-rewards
  • Technology – how business adaptation and transformation translates to the remote working experience

In this webinar we’ll unveil our latest research into helping businesses succeed in a changed world. The findings will examine common misconceptions that reinforce the need for operational alignment between cultural, physical and technological workplace strategies.

You’ll gain insights into the psychology and behaviours of the workforce right now and how to apply this to your strategy and planning for 2021 and beyond.

We’re delighted to be working with Emma Kenny, psychologist and broadcaster, who will be offering unique insights on the behavioural and cultural shifts needed to ensure future agility and organisational success.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • New research into how our evolving physical and virtual world of work has resulted in changed workplace behaviour
  • People – how four emotionally driven behaviours are impacting the workplace
  • Workspace - how to develop places of work in a changing world prioritising physical safety and the office as a destination
  • Process – how to manage remote teams and the role of micro-rewards
  • Technology – how business adaptation and transformation translates to the remote working experience

Speakers

Emma Kenny
Emma Kenny

Psychologist and Broadcaster

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Chas Moloney
Chas Moloney

Marketing Director
Ricoh

Jeremy Page
Jeremy Page

Director
KWT Global

How efficiency and safety are being improved within the warehouse and distribution sector

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The daily challenge of managing the distribution of handheld scanners and other assets
  • Enhancing the safety of your people
  • Cost-saving strategies
  • Thermal imaging technology

Productivity, cost-savings and safety – three key KPIs of any warehouse, distribution or logistics facility. As business adjusts to a new normal, the protection of employees’ health will remain at the top of every company’s priorities. Here we explore how smart technology can bring multiple benefits to your operation and the people working there:

Our panel of experts discussed:

The daily challenge of managing the distribution of hand-held scanners and other assets:

  • Expensive equipment is frequently lost and damaged
  • Staff time wasted in collecting and returning devices
  • Addressing this to improve staff efficiency and accountability of devices
  • We identify five key challenges and one solution.

Employees, suppliers and customers arriving on-site with a fever could be costly:

  • Thermal imaging camera technology is quick and easy to install as well as being a non-contact solution
  • Accurate, fast and multi-person (up to 30 people in a crowd) detection
  • Customer-managed so able to form part of GDPR process
  • Technology recognised by leading health authorities
  • Reassuring for management and employees to know potential risks can be mitigated, adding to the resilience of an organisation’s operations.
  • Learn how these topics can help you ensure business continuity and digital workplace transformation, even in the most challenging times.

Speakers

Mark Preece
Mark Preece

Communication Services Manager
Ricoh

Trishna Jethwa
Trishna Jethwa

Workplace Business Development Director
Ricoh

Carl Prescott
Carl Prescott

Solutions Architect
Apex

Dominic Kaye
Dominic Kaye

Managed Services Specialist
Virocom

How to manage a smart, safe and phased return to the workplace

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The future workplace - a hub of community and inspiration
  • Bringing together HR, Facilities and IT
  • The key challenges for the employee and the employer
  • A people-centric strategy that includes people, place, process and technology

As business leaders face the challenge of getting back to the workplace and what that should look like, now is the time to consider the opportunity to reimagine and move their business forward to where they believe it should be.

Leaders should seek to harness and cultivate the new mindset their organisation has adopted and displayed in recent months. It was a willingness to embrace change that enabled organisations to move to mass remote working in such a short space of time. This same mindset can, therefore, be the enabler for new initiatives and opportunities. As the future will require a workforce that is agile, flexible and adaptable.

The office no longer needs to be a location, visited daily with one specific function. They’ll become more fluid, smarter offices which act as a hybrid space designed to unify people under your brand.

In this webinar you will gain knowledge on gaining a collective insight, to enable you to build a transformed organisation that will inspire employees, build trust with buyers and align Corporate Social Responsibility with business purpose.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The future workplace - a hub of community and inspiration
  • Bringing together HR, Facilities and IT
  • The key challenges for the employee and the employer
  • A people-centric strategy that includes people, place, process and technology

Speakers

Ian Ellison
Ian Ellison

Director & Co-Founder
3edges

Chris Moriarty
Chris Moriarty

Director of Insight & Engagement
IWFM

Simone Fenton-Jarvis
Simone Fenton-Jarvis

Workplace Consultancy
Ricoh

Mike Baddeley
Mike Baddeley

Director of Innovation and Strategy
Ricoh

Why Facilities Management should be at the forefront of your business continuity strategy

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The biggest challenges in a transition to agile working (2019 v 2020)
  • The practicalities of reduced occupancy in the workplace
  • Eversheds Sutherland on Facilities Management in a large law firm
  • What have been the biggest positives to come out of the 2020 challenges

Facilities Managers have always been focused on the efficient and effective delivery of support services for the organisation they serve, in the current circumstances this has never been more important.

In the face of new challenges, it is the Facilities Management teams within businesses that must navigate the practical elements and implementation of safety, efficiency and continuity in the workplace and beyond. Ensuring that people feel safe and understood during their return and into the future.

In this webinar, you’ll gain insights on the biggest challenges of agile working and how this will translate into reduced occupancy in the workplace. Highlighting safety and the importance of communication with your people as you look to implement plans. We are also joined by Eversheds Sutherland who will guide you through the practicalities of facilities management in a large law firm right now.

Take advantage of the tips and suggestions to help inform your workplace strategy and plans going forward and be aware of the opportunities and solutions available to you as you welcome people back into your buildings.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The biggest challenges in a transition to agile working (2019 v 2020)
  • The practicalities of reduced occupancy in the workplace
  • Eversheds Sutherland on Facilities Management in a large law firm
  • What have been the biggest positives to come out of the 2020 challenges

Speakers

Simone Fenton-Jarvis
Simone Fenton-Jarvis

Workplace Consultancy
Ricoh

Rachel MacWilliams
Rachel MacWilliams

Property Manager
Eversheds

Michelle Johnson
Michelle Johnson

Senior Contracts Manager
Eversheds Sutherland

Lisa Hart
Lisa Hart

Head of Operations
Eversheds Sutherland

Customer Experience Roundtable: A conversation on reimagining the workplace

With The Institute of Facilities & Workplace Management (IWFM)

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • How organisations have responded since the initial impact of lockdown
  • What are the main challenges and opportunities for teams and businesses
  • How HR, Facilities & IT teams are working together
  • What is the vision of working from home and adapting the workplace

As we all face the challenge of getting back to the workplace and what that should look like, now is the time to consider the opportunity and move forward to where we want to be.

The willingness to embrace change, which enabled mass remote working at such short notice, brings with it the opportunity to harness and cultivate new approaches. This same attitude can be the enabler for new ways of working, as success and growth will come from a workforce that is even more agile, flexible and adaptable than before.

Ultimately, the foundation of a successful workplace is your people and the way they interact to achieve their goals and perform to the best of their ability. You need to ensure your people are engaged and productive, able to communicate and collaborate effectively. Therefore the workplace does not need to be a set location, visited daily with one specific function. It can become a fluid, smarter space, designed as a place of community, innovation and learning.

In this webinar you’ll hear from a panel of our customers as they discuss and share their own visions, insights and plans as we reimagine and adapt.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • How organisations have responded since the initial impact of lockdown
  • What are the main challenges and opportunities for teams and businesses
  • How HR, Facilities & IT teams are working together
  • What is the vision of working from home and adapting the workplace

Speakers

Tim Foster
Tim Foster

Partner
BDO Risk Advisory Services

Gary Butcher
Gary Butcher

Facilities Manager​ ​
Arla Foods

Steve Johns
Steve Johns

Head of IT Operations​
TT Electronics​

Simon Dent
Simon Dent

IT Operations Manager​
Ramsay Health Care UK​

Antony Wiltshire
Antony Wiltshire

Director of Workplace and Facilities UK&I
Edelman​

David Isteed
David Isteed​

Group Head of Property
AMEY PLC​

How smart lockers can help you develop a smart and safe workplace

With guest speaker from Coventry City Council

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Why organisations need to be ready for a more fluid workplace
  • How to overcome workplace challenges with stocking and distribution of IT assets
  • Insights into common customer requests, options and successes
  • How to facilitate contactless distribution of IT, reduce face to face contact and develop seamless forward-stocking

As organisations plan for and develop processes in a more fluid workplace, the management of IT, consumables, accessories and assets presents a challenge. How do you address common issues such as resource, visibility, reporting and costs? With a focus on reduced contact and increased remote working, how do you continue to safely manage your assets and people?

Smart lockers provide an effective solution - automatically managing items at strategic locations, they give you the options you need to deploy new ways of working and implement government safety guidelines.

In this webinar we’ll be joined by Coventry City Council discussing their initiative to develop a more agile workforce, and how in March this project developed into a critical tool for protecting staff and ensuring business continuity.

Hear from our panel of experts as they share their own recommendations for best practice and learn how they have successfully deployed smart locker technology to assist their people.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Why organisations need to be ready for a more fluid workplace
  • How to overcome workplace challenges with stocking and distribution of IT assets
  • Insights into common customer requests, options and successes
  • How to facilitate contactless distribution of IT assets, reduce face to face contact and develop seamless forward-stocking
  • How to ensure business continuity in 2020 and build a future-proof solution

Speakers

Trishna Jethwa
Trishna Jethwa

Workplace Business Development Director
Ricoh

Gary Griffiths
Gary Griffiths

Engagement Lead

Coventry City Council

Carl Prescott
Carl Prescott

Principle Solutions Architect
Apex Supply Chain Technologies, LLC

Dominic Kaye
Dominic Kaye

Channel Manager

Virocom Ltd


Empowering your remote workers

Connect your home workers to centralised print and save costs!

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • How to connect your home workers to the centralised print room
  • The business case for accessing centralised resources including ad-hoc mail
  • Practical tips and software packages to support and implement these processes
  • Insights from industry experts on the successes they have achieved


Speakers

Richard Mason
Richard Mason

Production Print Sales Director
Ricoh UK

Craig Lewis
Craig Lewis

Head of Enterprise Printing
Ricoh Europe Production Print

Nick Daniels
Nick Daniels

Senior Solutions Architect
Ricoh UK

A secure and integrated approach to remote working

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The business case and value of an integrated remote working strategy
  • How best to support your people in the digital workplace
  • Video conferencing and collaboration tools that are right for your needs
  • Protecting your business from cybercrime and Ransomware

Despite numerous remote technologies at our disposal, if you don’t have an approved strategy for remote working then you run the risk of your people being unproductive and your business insecure. What’s more, a centralised strategy around remote working can transform your operations in ways that are just not possible with a disjointed, piecemeal approach.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The business case and value of an integrated remote working strategy
  • How best to support your people in the digital workplace
  • Video conferencing and collaboration tools that are right for your needs
  • Protecting your business from cybercrime and Ransomware
  • The role of digital assessments and your agile working capability
  • Information mobility through digital document management and workflow automation
  • Business continuity derived from managed print, and scanning and archiving
  • Electronic and managed mail solutions for critical correspondence
  • Approved eCommerce platforms to control and manage consumable spend

Learn how these topics and this invaluable approach can help you ensure business continuity and digital workplace transformation, even in the most challenging times.


Speakers

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Mark Preece
Mark Preece

Communication Services Manager
Ricoh

Paul Ryder
Paul Ryder

Transformation Services Director
Ricoh

Lewis Thompson
Lewis Thompson

Workflow Consultant
Ricoh

Martin Taggart
Martin Taggart

Business Process Services Manager
Ricoh

Keeping your remote workers productive and preparing for the next phase

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Our insights into new remote working challenges and preparing for an office return
  • The latest emerging IT technologies for remote working
  • Wellbeing of people working from home
  • Common pitfalls of managing a remote working network

Beyond video conferencing technologies, there is so much more to be aware of in order to help with general wellbeing and keeping productive for remote workers. Knowing where to start again when surrounded by so many different options is almost impossible.

Our panel of experts will simplify the complex environment of IT remote working technologies, showing how networks now operating across many homes in the UK can keep productive.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Our insights into new remote working challenges and preparing for an office return
  • The latest emerging IT technologies for remote working
  • Wellbeing of people working from home
  • Common pitfalls of managing a remote working network
  • How to best prepare for returning to the office environment
  • Helping with short term business cash flow challenges
  • The value in conducting an assessment ahead of making an investment

Speakers

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Paul Ryder
Paul Ryder

Transformation Services Director
Ricoh

Sanjay Vadher
Sanjay Vadher

Transformation Services Consultant
Ricoh

Darren Murphy
Darren Murphy

Transformation Manager
Ricoh

How to protect and enhance the wellbeing of your people working at home

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Working from home wellbeing
  • Top tips for remote working success
  • How you can help your remote workers
  • What our customers are telling us about how they have adapted

As we’ve moved to a world where working from home is a necessity, change has been implemented at speed and this has brought its own unique set of challenges. Many have risen to this in unparalleled circumstances. Now is the time to review, adjust and plan for the future to ensure this adaption is scalable and flexible - it’s never been more important to focus on your people and their wellbeing.

Recently the IDC European IT Buyer Sentiment Survey revealed that 38% of organisations supported remote working Pre-March-2020. Following Boris Johnson’s announcement introducing the nationwide lockdown that number swiftly shifted to 89%. While necessity and technology has allowed this trend to grow and dramatically expand, no one ever expected to be working this way 5 days a week for months on end.​

So how do you ensure your people and teams can balance life and work in unusual circumstances?

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Working from home wellbeing
  • Top tips for remote working success
  • How you can help your remote workers
  • What duty of care of employees working from home need
  • What our customers are telling us about how they have adapted
  • How organisations can ensure they are listening to their employees

Speakers

Peter Brogan
Peter Brogan

Head of Research & Insight
IWFM

Anni Hood
Anni Hood

Chief Executive
Well Intelligence

Kirsty Angerer
Kirsty Angerer

Director & Ergonomic Consultant
Travelling Ergonomist

Simone Fenton-Jarvis
Simone Fenton-Jarvis

Workplace Consultancy
Ricoh

30% Club mentoring showcase event featuring guest speakers from Mastercard and Google

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The benefits of the 30% Club cross-company mentoring programme and how to get involved
  • Understanding the impact and experience of mentoring
  • Why over 100 companies including HSBC, EY, Centrica and The British Army are involved in the programme
  • How to apply mentoring schemes to benefit your organisation and teams

Launching for its eighth consecutive year in November 2020, the 30% Club cross-company mentoring programme is a proven, practical and powerful way to achieve greater gender balance at senior levels within organisations, in addition to delivering on gender pay gap narrowing and broader diversity and inclusion goals. At this special event, hosted by Moving Ahead, learn about the impact, benefits and how you can get involved in the 30% Club cross-company mentoring programme 2020/21. This programme brings together over 30 sectors and 100 companies each year including HSBC, EY, Centrica, The British Army, PwC, Santander and Slaughter and May.

We will be joined by fellow leaders from the 30% Club community as well as Phil Keoghan Ricoh UK CEO and Nicola Downing, Ricoh Europe COO who will share their experience, learnings and motivation for being involved both personally and for their organisations. Moving Ahead will present how the scheme works and the impact they have seen.

Special guest Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair at Mastercard and Global Chair 30% Club, will talk about the 30% Club’s strategy, how it’s evolving and how this cross-company mentoring programme is a core lever within this. Kirk Vallis, Global Head of Creative Capability Development at Google will explore the role of mentoring in creativity and innovation.


Speakers

Ann Cairns
Ann Cairns

Global Chair, 30% Club; Executive Vice Chair
Mastercard

Kirk Vallis
Kirk Vallis

Global Head of Creative Capability Development
Google

Liz Dimmock
Liz Dimmock

Founder and CEO
Moving Ahead

Nicola Downing
Nicola Downing

COO
Ricoh Europe

Phil Keoghan
Phil Keoghan

CEO
Ricoh UK

Rebekah Wallis
Rebekah Wallis

Director - People & Corporate Responsibility
Ricoh


Process automation to build business resilience

Manage your inbound mail with a digital solution

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Managing inbound mail in the current climate
  • Reaching your remote workers with mail and digitally managing the process
  • A live demo showcasing the management process and remote deployment
  • An overview of regulatory legislation such as GDPR and how to achieve compliance

How to digitally capture all hard copy mail coming into your business allowing remote users instant & secure access to information from anywhere.

As remote working becomes business as usual, don’t let the lack of access to important & critical inbound postal mail that arrives at your offices each day impact your remote workers and ultimately your business.

Join this webinar to learn how you can maintain business continuity by digitally capturing, indexing and securely distributing all your postal mail enabling every remote worker access to documents from any location, using any device, so they can efficiently complete their work.

Our panel of experts discussed:

Uncover the risks your business faces by (1) not taking any action (2) forwarding postal mail to remote workers (3) Scanning postal mail to email. Learn and preview a simple demonstration showcasing a fully tested, scaleable & affordable solution that can be remotely deployed to ensure your organisation is fully compliant with regulatory legislation such as GDPR whilst maximising your remote workers capabilities.


Speakers

Lewis Thompson
Lewis Thompson

Pre-Sales Consultant
Ricoh

Luke Johnson
Luke Johnson

Pre-Sales Consultant
Ricoh

Digital HR records made simple, secure and available

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • How to fully digitise all your staff on-boarding, record management and leaver processes
  • The processes needed to ensure all your data is accurately and securely delivered to your HR and Payroll systems
  • How to gain full access to all your records, from any location with cloud technology
  • Ensuring HR records are secure and available to focus your time on your people and their wellbeing

Don't let the lack of access to employee records limit decision making while your organisation works remotely.

Join us to understand how you can fully digitise all your staff on-boarding, record management and leaver processes.

You can ensure all your data is accurately and securely delivered to your HR and Payroll systems.

If you have staff records kept over paper, email and PDF formats, then you’ll learn how to ensure you get full access to all your records, from any location, reducing the compliance risks such as GDPR and daily issues associated with manual interventions.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • During the webinar we will identify the manual processes that are not viable any longer during this remote working environment
  • You will see how cloud technology can capture all your required staff information, including signatures and proof of identity and all with a secure method to access all the information remotely

Speakers

Rebekah Wallis
Rebekah Wallis

Director - People & Corporate Responsibility
Ricoh

Amy Welch
Amy Welch

Communications Specialist

Ricoh

Lewis Thompson
Lewis Thompson

Pre-Sales Consultant

Ricoh

Luke Johnson
Luke Johnson

Pre-Sales Consultant

Ricoh

How to simplify your eProcurement strategy - driving efficiency and cost-savings

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The simple steps you can take to drive efficiency in procurement
  • How to consolidate your eProcurement
  • Customising the procurement process from pricing to product portfolio
  • Developing support for your professional home workers

High-performing organisations tend to have fewer suppliers. In fact, highly-effective procurement departments have 78%* fewer suppliers than typical companies. But why is this so important?

Procurement teams have a massive impact on the foundation of your business – and a strategic, consolidated approach to procurement can lead to cost-savings, less admin, more accurate reporting, streamlined processes and better cost control.

Modern eCommerce systems have made it much easier for managers, directors and procurement teams to track purchase behaviour. In the current climate this kind of visibility and drive for cost efficiency is of paramount importance.

In this webinar you’ll hear from a panel of experts as they share best practice and helpful tools to evaluate and re-define these processes within your organisation.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The simple steps you can take to drive efficiency in procurement
  • How to consolidate your eProcurement
  • Customising the procurement process from pricing to product portfolio
  • Developing support for your professional home workers

Speakers

Rachel Stokes
Rachel Stokes

Chief Financial Officer
Ricoh UK

Ray Young
Ray Young

eCommerce Director
Ricoh UK

Hannah Colgan
Hannah Colgan

eCommerce Manager
Ricoh UK

Declan Bloomer
Declan Bloomer

IT Contract Manager
Celtic Manor Resort

Declan Bloomer
Kath Robinson

Key Account Manager
Hyground Consultancy

Building business resilience: Digitising your accounts receivable process


Join our panel of experts and learn:

  • How digitising your accounts receivable (AR) process can build business resilience
  • What the business case is for automating your AR process
  • What the risks of a manual AR process are to your business
  • How to get started and implement a simple tool to increase cash flow and visibility

Building business resilience is a top priority for Financial Directors right now and more than ever, you need good cash flow and visibility within your organisation. Automated cash collection is proven to save accounting staff one hour a day, save organisations £13 per invoice and allow them to pay themselves back within six to eighteen months.

Manually processing and physical invoices and collections is hard to manage and error prone, meaning your business is being held back. Shifting to automated accounts receivable will not only help your organisation through a crisis, but help protect it for the future. It’s a sensible investment with a clear and immediate ROI.

In this webinar you’ll hear from our panel of experts as they share insights and highlight practical tools you can easily implement to ensure you gain access to accurate financial data, securely from wherever you are.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • How digitising your accounts receivable (AR) process can build business resilience
  • What the business case is for automating your AR process
  • What the risks of a manual AR process are to your business
  • How to get started and implement a simple tool to increase cash flow and visibility

Speakers

Rachel Stokes
Rachel Stokes

Chief Financial Officer
Ricoh UK

Ed MacArthur
Ed MacArthur

Content Management Sales Specialist
Ricoh Europe

Matt Irish
Matt Irish

General Manager
Objectif Lune UK


Integrating with the cloud and simplifying technology

Securing your data and remote workforce in a time of increasing cyber attacks

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Our insights into how IT security risks are changing
  • The latest emerging technologies for IT security
  • Human error and what this means for your data
  • The devastating impact that a ransomware attack could have on your business, with a live simulation

New working practices, remote networks and increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks mean our data is more at risk than ever before.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • Our insight into how IT security risks are changing
  • The latest emerging technologies for IT security
  • Human error and what this means for your data
  • The devastating impact that a ransomware attack could have on your business, with a live simulation

Speakers

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Morten Gammelgard
Morten Gammelgard

Vice President Operations
Bullwall

Steve Timothy
Steve Timothy

Consultant
Ricoh

Paul Ryder
Paul Ryder

Transformation Services Director
Ricoh

Vital technology investments your organisation should secure in the next 12 months

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The changing technology landscape for businesses across sectors and size
  • What the new environment means for your IT budget
  • The technologies you need to invest in and why these are so important to you
  • Areas to avoid spending on

In recent months we’ve seen monumental change implemented at speed. Digital transformation, that previously may have taken years, now needs to be embraced with a new urgency.

As attention turns to the longer term, the need for organisations to be dynamic, flexible and agile is evident. There is a very real need to operate ‘business as usual’ through a complex and changing external environment.

The good news is there’s a wealth of technology solutions available, but to fully benefit, you need to ensure you’re making the right decisions. This comes from a true understanding of the requirements of your people and how they need to work. Our experts will share insights on where to start with this process, the current landscape and how to ensure you implement the right technology solutions, effectively. Solutions that are scalable, flexible and secure.

In this webinar you’ll gain an understanding of the main challenges for organisations right now, the solutions available and which of these will be the most effective investment for your business in the next 12 months. This will be vital to ensuring your organisation goes from strength to strength, as the way we all work once again evolves.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • The changing technology landscape for businesses across sectors and size
  • What the new environment means for your IT budget
  • The technologies you need to invest in and why these are so important to you
  • Areas to avoid spending on
  • How you can support and empower your people in adapting to the latest technologies

Speakers

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Paul Ryder
Paul Ryder

Transformation Services Director
Ricoh

Mark Robinson
Mark Robinson

Vice President of Information Technology & CISO EMEA
Ricoh Europe

Henry Lee​
Henry Lee​

Head of Digital Workplace
REED

A guide to the right IT investments in the next 12 months (A Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply special)

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • What are the business challenges organisations are facing?
  • How is the current scenario impacting organisations and their budgets?
  • What is the industry saying (CBI, Gartner, IDC) for high priority spend?
  • The technologies you need to invest in and why these are so important to you

In recent months we’ve seen monumental change implemented at speed, with very little notice. Digital transformation, that previously may have taken years, now needs to be embraced with a new urgency.

As attention turns to the next 6-12 months, the need for organisations to be dynamic, flexible and agile is evident. Whether it is this challenge or the next challenge there is a clear requirement to operate ‘business as usual’ through a complex and frequently changing environment.

The office no longer needs to be a location, visited daily with one specific function. They’ll become more fluid, smarter offices which act as a hybrid space designed to unify people under your brand.

The good news is there’s a wealth of technology solutions available, but to fully benefit, you need to ensure you’re making the right decisions. This comes from a true understanding of the requirements of your people and how they need to work. Our experts will share insights on where to start with this process, the current landscape and how to ensure you implement the right technology solutions, effectively. Solutions that are scalable, flexible and secure.

In this webinar you’ll gain an understanding of the main challenges for organisations right now, the solutions available and how to identify which of these will be the most effective investment for your business. This will be vital to ensuring your organisation goes forward in a position of strength, better than before, as the way we all work once again evolves.

Our panel of experts discussed:

  • What are the business challenges organisations are facing?
  • How is the current scenario impacting organisations and their budgets?
  • What is the industry saying (CBI, Gartner, IDC) for high priority spend?
  • The technologies you need to invest in and why these are so important to you
  • What the new environment means for your IT budget
  • People, adoption, productivity and security should be at the centre of decision-making
  • How you can support and empower your people in adapting to the latest technologies

Speakers

John Chambers
John Chambers

Director - IT and Communications Services
Ricoh

Ricky Wallis
Ricky Wallis

CIPS Surrey & Sussex Branch Chair


Mark Preece
Mark Preece

Communication Services Manager
Ricoh

Paul Ryder
Paul Ryder

Transformation Services Director
Ricoh


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