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The next wave of working patterns is hybrid working. Whether it’s here to stay or not, an investment within the digital workspace is seeing a work environment evolution. Satellite offices, hub and spoke offices, customer site visits and asynchronous working patterns can now all be fully embraced with this latest investment in digital workplace technology.
The trick is to ensure that your business is getting the most out of it by ensuring employees are:
Get fully prepared for the next transition of working with Atlas and harmon.ie.
Atlas is a leading self-service digital workspace. Its framework supports intuitive digital working. By providing a central hub to communicate, collaborate and share knowledge, evolving ways of working are fully supported.
harmon.ie’s suite of tools makes it easy for workers (wherever they are) to share and find information across SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive, directly from Outlook, and to get help from colleagues concerning customer, supplier, or partner requests, without leaving Microsoft Teams conversations.
Join us on a short but informative webinar to learn:
A veteran of 8 high-tech startups, he has extensive experience leading information-intensive technology organizations. David is an award-winning technology writer and is an International Scholar for the Society for the History of Technology. David has a BSc in Physics, an MBA in Marketing, and an MA in STS (Science, Technology, and Society). His current academic research focuses on the history of information overload.
Stephen is Product Director and responsible for the day-to-day development of Atlas. He has decades of experience in the development of digital workspaces that are relevant, security trimmed sources of information which enable people to contribute knowledge with governance built-in.
Katya is the co-founder and CEO of ClearPeople. Named as female entrepreneur to watch in 2021 as well as shortlisted as Innovator of the Year at the Women in IT Awards 2019, Katya has been instrumental in shaping the strategy and operations of ClearPeople, with over 20 years’ extensive international experience in various roles within IT. She juggled a Master’s in Business Administration with motherhood and starting a successful business. She is a firm believer in wellness and actively supporting our team to develop personally as well as professionally, specifically championing women in technology and diversity in the workforce.