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30 Mar 2022

14:00-15:00

1 Hour

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About this webinar:

Through Computing’s dedicated research, exclusive video interviews, and an expert panel we reveal who’s got a handle on their endpoint manageability and who is feeling the pressure. And, crucially, what separates them.

Join the webinar to gain insight on:

  • The last two years of rapid acceleration towards greater remote endpoint capabilities.
  • Why the ability to update, troubleshoot, and otherwise administer endpoints remotely are now must-have features for the hardware and management tools IT leaders specify.
  • IT leaders’ plans for the year ahead regarding their hardware and management processes.
  • How to tackle your endpoint challenges around infrastructure sprawl, evolving security threats, and ongoing remote working.
  • How many technology teams are trying to answer the call to become more outward looking within their organisations.
  • How respondents are making sure their endpoint estates are maintained as efficiently and effectively as possible.
  • Whether IT workloads are starting to take their toll on the team.

Panel

Anne Cockshott

Anne Cockshott

Technology Analyst, The Channel Company EMEA

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Anne recently joined Incisive Works as a Technology Analyst. Previously, she was a science writer for the American Institute of Physics in College Park, Maryland. She has a MSc in Science, Technology and Society, and a BSc in Neuroscience.

Stuart Dommett

Stuart Dommett

Enterprise Client, Technical Solutions Specialist

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Stuart is a Technical Solutions Specialist within Intel’s Client Computing Group, covering the business client portfolio providing deep knowledge of the Intel vPro Platform, remote management and security technologies. A highly experienced IT professional working with many organisations regarding the latest industry trends, the changing role of IT and modern requirements for devices and management.

He has worked in IT for almost 40 years across a number of large organisations in various senior roles. During his 20 years with Intel he has held roles in Intel’s IT organisation, in product marketing, B2B marketing and business development. Stuart is a regular speaker at events and on-line.

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John Leonard

John Leonard

Research Director, Computing/The Channel Company EMEA

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John is Research Director at Computing and Delta, where he tracks developments in the IT market and monitors technology choices made by IT leaders.

Spencer Pitts

Spencer Pitts

Digital Workspace Chief Technologist

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Spencer Pitts is the VMware Digital Workspace Chief Technologist for EMEA joining 2007 and brings 25+ years IT experience into the role.

He is responsible for developing and communicating to customers, partners also industry Analysts, the VMware Digital Workspace (Workspace One) strategy and vision. Spencer works predominantly in the area of End User Computing but also works with Peers in VMware on surrounding and complimentary solutions (IOT, SDDC).

Spencer works hand in hand with the End user Computing Office of the CTO as well as the Global VMware office of the CTO helping to bring insight into R&D and organization around real customers’ needs and thinking.

Previously to VMware worked at customers such as GMAC, BNoY Financial Services, in the area of End User Services implementing many projects around Desktop and Application Lifecycle management. Spencer has also worked for other Software companies such as Symantec both in a consultant capacity and Pre-Sales.

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