Bob leads the worldwide strategic
between HP and DXC Technology. His team works with HP to build joint solutions with
world class, global enterprise clients.
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Wouldn’t it be nice if
the tech we rely on to
collaborate at work
How it works
Smart Working Spaces is your one-stop shop for procuring, installing,
managing, and maintaining better-connected meeting spaces.
Bob leads the worldwide strategic
Cheryl is chief technologist for workplace
services at DXC. She has published articles on cybersecurity, and has keynoted, spoken
and moderated at security conferences in the US and Canada.
Jay brings 25 years of IT industry experience
to our panel. He helps global service
providers, outsourcers, and enterprise
customers address their challenges – with a
focus on reducing costs, increasing
efficiencies, and creating new revenue
In June 2020, we recorded a live panel discussion between experts from DXC and HP. In this summary video, they discuss whether the idea of work as a place is gone forever, and explore how the enterprise has gotten smarter about helping people collaborate. They also cover how companies can keep their spaces safe in an age of social distancing. And they explain how collaboration solutions are already evolving to meet these needs.
Sound advice from the experts
and Management, HP
Combining technology to just work
To understand more about the genesis of Smart Working Spaces
and the collaboration challenges it’s designed to
solve, we met with two experts from our partnership for a deep dive.
Luis Berlanga is a collaboration evangelist at HP’s Office of the Future. For 20 years, Luis has been telling customers across the world about the benefits of visually enabled collaboration. In this video, he explains how the events of 2020 have finally brought these conversations to the boardroom.
Rick Nunez is senior manager for intelligent collaboration, unified communications and campus connectivity at DXC. He talks about how he and colleagues are evolving Smart Working Spaces in response to the current shift in working practices.
As we return to the workplace, how do we continue to not just accommodate collaboration but make it great when work is no longer a place? In this example, you’ll see how any organization can make collaboration both more efficient and more effective, wherever employees are connecting from. You’ll also see how organizations can begin to rethink office spaces to align with new ways of working – and how they can make these large-scale transformations efficiently.
The way we work might have changed forever. In this next normal, enterprises must consider safety, hygiene, and social distancing – challenges that had rarely been a priority before. By using emerging technology – like presence detection, facial recognition, and temperature sensors connected to the Internet of Things – organizations will soon have a better understanding of their office environments, so they can make better decisions.
A winning partnership
Users can collaborate from anywhere in the world,
on any device, without
fear of glitches, dropped connections, or poor audio.
And you don’t have to maintain an on-premises infrastructure or deal
A more efficient enterprise
Hold more productive meetings and utilize your office space better,
you’re always ready for your customers.
Perspectives on The New Work
What sort of enterprise do you want to go back to?
The world’s in a pretty uncertain place right now. Whether 2021 proves to be the new normal or just the next normal, now is the time for enterprises to think hard about how their offices should function in the future.
Luis Berlanga, Collaboration Evangelist, HP
Now’s the time to redesign collaboration
Just because we’re not in the same office any more, doesn’t mean collaboration should suffer. On the contrary, we should seize the opportunity to re-think how our dispersed teams work together to ensure success in the new normal.
Jochen Erlach, Vice President and Head of WW SI Strategic Alliances, HP
Collaboration in the next normal: let’s aim higher than ‘good enough’
Remember when “work from home Fridays” were a treat? Now we look forward to working face to face again. But in the meantime, we need to move beyond treading water to do better than before.
Cheryl Soderstrom, CTO, Workplace Services, DXC Americas
How to support and secure the new breeds of remote worker
2020 has been the year when millions of people discovered remote working – and not by accident. Enterprises and their employees have quickly adapted to new ways of working, but we still have a lot to learn.
By Rick Nunez, Senior Leader – Intelligent Collaboration, UCC, Networking – Workplace and Mobility, DXC Technology
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