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Webinar: Remote working in 2020: staying secure and productive

On-Demand Webinar

Webinar: Remote working in 2020:
staying secure and productive

Remote working has instantaneously transitioned from a nice-to-have perk to a mandatory day-to-day experience for many of us. Whilst we all have our perspectives on working remotely, there is a bigger picture to consider around the technology that supports productivity and security whilst working remotely.

Join FutureSource Consulting and Intel to take a wider look at the collaboration marketplace, and how technology can help you and your team work remotely.

If you are currently working remotely, manage a team of remote workers or are involved in IT then join this webinar to learn about:
1) What is happening in the remote working marketplace – trends & market dynamics
2) How Intel can help you to collaborate with your remote colleagues
3) How to securely manage your remote IT estate

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Speakers

Stuart Dommett

Stuart Dommett

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 and Intel Active Management Technology. He is a highly experienced IT professional that works with many organisations regarding the latest industry trends, the changing role of IT and modern requirements for devices and management. Stuart is a regular speaker at events and on-line.

He has worked in IT for more than 35 years across several large organisations in various senior roles. During his 18 years with Intel he has held roles in Intel’s IT organisation, in product marketing, B2B marketing and business development.


Adam Cox

Adam Cox

After graduating from university, Adam worked as a freelance video director, creating videos across the corporate, music video and event markets. Adam joined Futuresource in 2006 and initially focused on the Broadcast industry, managing the Broadcast team from 2012 onwards and allowing him to work extensively across Futuresource’s full range of methodologies. Under Adam’s management, the “Broadcast” team expanded out to include the whole scope of Professional Video, from Broadcast and Corporate to House of Worship and Education. More recently Adam’s prime focus has shifted towards the Collaboration and AV Signal Distribution spaces. Adam’s background in video usage across the Pro Video space gives him an ideal position from which he offers market tracking, analytical and strategic consulting services across the AV and Collaboration industry.


Mark Frost

Mark Frost

Mark is a Marketing Manager within Intel’s Internet Of Things Group, covering collaboration technology for both the corporate and education sectors across EMEA. During his 9 years with Intel he has held roles in both marketing and as a field application engineer covering programmable technology. Prior to Intel, Mark had worked for over 15 years in a variety of engineering roles, spanning telecommunications through to designing instruments for ESA satellites