pandemic

Posted on 20/07/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

There is no new normal, just understand what you don’t understand

by Phil Le-Brun, Enterprise Strategist, Amazon Web Services (June interview) We have invited our industry partners and collaborators to present their views as part of our ongoing spotlight series on the retail sector. Who actually believes in buzzwords? We say we don’t and yet they permeate everything we do. We hear phrases like ‘digital transformation’, […]

Posted on 23/06/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

What’s next? Planning for re-entry into a changed world

Throughout history, great disruption has accelerated change. Look at what the pandemic has done for those of us fortunate to be able to work remotely – we have been able to carry on. What has changed is that those businesses that were once nervous about enabling remote workforces have been forced to shift the majority […]

Posted on 22/06/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

Business, people, and emerging from COVID-19. How can we adapt to this challenge?

by Melinda Lee Ferguson, Vice President of UK & Ireland at VMware. Many of us have been asking ourselves: when will this end? Even as we start to see signs of emergence from the pandemic, COVID-19 will continue to restrict, impact, and change the rules of how we work and live our lives, every day […]

Posted on 16/06/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

Building the secure foundation for today’s new norm

Kristine Dahl, vice president for End User Computing, EMEA, VMware As the first days turn into weeks, and in certain countries months, the initial chaos provoked by the coronavirus pandemic is now, for many organisations, becoming a new normal. Disruption still reigns, yet employers of all sizes are striving for continuity while keeping employees safe […]

Posted on 11/06/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

From the exception to the norm: getting your workforce up and running remotely, quickly and securely

‘Business as usual’ is no longer an option. As the COVID-19 pandemic has aggressively spread across the world, we are all attempting to adapt and adjust to what is a continually evolving situation. As schools and places of work shut and self-isolation becomes the preferred, if not mandated, setting, continuing operations is challenging, yet absolutely […]

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