Within a matter of weeks, organizations that had no existing telework programs needed to adapt and update their infrastructure so that their employees, partners, and users could work from home. It is now mid-2021, and the end of the pandemic is nowhere in sight, with organizations in many sectors having to deal with an increasingly active and complex threat landscape.
For a Special Feature on ‘Bridging The Gap Between Technology And Business,’ Rabab Zehra, Executive Editor of TECHx Media, interviewed Alexander Malienko, Dynabook Europe GmbH, Business Unit Director – Middle East & Africa, to learn more about the role Dynabook plays in empowering businesses during the ongoing wave of digital transformation.
The findings point to a concentrated modernisation effort throughout the sector over the past few months, with 70% of respondents saying COVID-19 has caused IT to be viewed more strategically in their organisations.
Employee experience is at an inflection point as organizations look to support an increasingly remote workforce while maintaining culture, flexibility and productivity. Still, most EX initiatives remain relatively immature, according to the “Close the Employee Experience Gap”.
While enterprises are challenged to secure users, applications and data that are now everywhere, current cloud-delivered security offerings provide limited application coverage and inadequate protections.