V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit: Advances in mobile, cloud computing and communications networks mean that remote working is now a possibility for every business.
This in turn means that the office is evolving from its position as the centre of the business universe, to becoming a hub that workers can touch in and out of without needing to be chained to the same desk 9-to-5, day in day out.
Join us on Wednesday 25 February 2015 at 11am GMT for our online panel debate on how to build workspaces to support a new generation of mobile workers.
This live webinar will be chaired by V3 editor Madeline Bennett, who will be joined by Stuart Dommett, business IT evangelist at Intel, and Ann Bevitt, partner at law firm Cooley LLP, to discuss the regulatory issues surrounding remote and flexible working.
We will also be joined by Craig Collins, head of systems development, ICS Ops, at Army HQ, who will discuss the specific challenges the Army has faced in terms of mobility. He will also talk about use cases he has been involved in, including with the Land Accident Investigation Team, at Sandhurst and the Defence Gateway.
Collins believes that the Army's mobility challenges are not actually all that different to any other company's, apart from one key difference in that the Army's ROI is in lives not money.
Also on the panel will be Luke Lanchester, lead technologist at digital product studio 383, which has just completed a transformation to a 'brain of the office' system that channels mobile and location-based technology into one digital office hub.
Sign up now to join the debate, hear advice and tips from all the panellists on the new style of working, and get your questions answered.
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