Event details




17th November 2020



Sponsored by:


About this webinar:

IT estates everywhere are becoming increasingly complex, varied and remote – reflecting the nature and needs of the workforces they enable. Despite this, the demand on IT teams to keep devices up-to-date, secure and performant are greater than ever. As OS updates stack up, testing time increases, and the cost of security breaches multiplies, workloads grow too. The pressure on IT departments is telling as they work to maintain their client estates – not least in the face of increased remote working.

Beyond this, IoT and edge devices without users, and further endpoints across the internet are even more prone to downtime. It’s vital that organisations count the cost of endpoint management challenges, both within IT and the wider business. This webinar, and accompanying dedicated research, will reveal the IT estate management challenges organisations are facing today – from cloud to edge – and how they’re being successfully overcome. It will also gauge the experiences and opinions of organisations using advanced remote management capabilities such as automation to self-heal and self-secure endpoints, and deliver contextual, personalised user experiences.

Is advanced remote IT estate management now a must-have?


Presenter Image

Tom Allen

Delta Site Editor for Computing and Delta

View Bio

Tom is the Delta Site Editor for Computing and Delta, responsible for researching and writing market intelligence reports on topics that are important to IT leaders. He also manages Computing's awards shows, fostering connections with CIOs across the UK and Europe. He has more than a decade of experience in B2B media, covering topics as diverse as technology, jewellery and funerals. Often spotted with a notebook, grumbling about the Oxford comma.

Presenter Image

Andrew Hobbs

Technology Analyst, Computing

View Bio

Andrew is an enterprise technology writer, editor, publisher, strategist and consultant; illuminating digital transformation in the connected world and educating businesses on the opportunities and challenges presented by cloud and edge computing, the Internet of Things, automation, AI, and Big Data. He is a former Editor and Publisher of Internet of Business and now oversees Incisive Works’ enterprise technology thought-leadership content creation, including multimedia digital experiences, whitepapers, webinars, videos, and podcasts

Presenter Image

Dave Shepherd

Global VP Sales Engineering, Ivanti

View Bio

With almost 20 years experience in technology and software companies, David has held various European and global pre-sales and technical roles at companies such as Westcon, AppSense and LANDesk. Since the formation of Ivanti in 2017 he has been instrumental in building out the EMEA pre-sales team, providing support whilst driving technical evaluation of Ivanti’s IT and cybersecurity solutions for ensured customer success.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Bournemouth University.


Our registration process uses cookies, by submitting this registration form you agree to our cookie policy.