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Digital Transformation Success: Navigating Windows 11, Hardware Management, and Great Employee Experience


Post-pandemic, digital transformation of workplace technology is essential to increase employee well-being and job satisfaction. But the challenges of Windows 11, hardware requirements, SaaS application adoption, and the hybrid workplace are holding back many companies. What does it take to master digital transformation? How can IT innovate without throwing time and money out the window? Why does great employee experience make transformation worthwhile? For answers to these questions, join our panel of industry experts from Qualcomm, Accenture, Foundry, and Nexthink as they reveal the secrets of successfully managing digital transformation. In this webcast you will learn:

  • How to balance the physical vs. human aspects of transformation projects
  • How to understand the drivers of change to better realize their value
  • Why Windows 11 is not that scary — with the right strategy
  • Why hardware matters more than you think
  • Why employee adoption, awareness, and engagement are essential.

Featured Speakers

Jeff Monday

Vice President of Sales, Qualcomm Technologies

Jeff Monday is the VP of Sales at Qualcomm Technologies, where he has global responsibility for all commercial Market Sales for Windows on Snapdragon product lines. Prior to this role, he spent almost 15 years at Apple served as an executive at Apple Inc. directing an award-winning US Small Business team.

Jon Cairns

Vice President, Technical Services, Nexthink

Jon Cairns is VP, Technical Services at Nexthink. He has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, having held a range of leadership roles across consulting, presales, sales and marketing. During his career he has developed especially deep expertise in virtualisation, cloud computing and security.

Mike Holzman

Managing Director, Accenture

Mike Holzman is Managing Director leading Accenture’s Digital Workplace practice. Mike has spent 21+ years with Accenture where he has worked on the design and implementation of emerging technologies with a focus around the end user experience underpinned by tangible business results.